WWE made headlines for all the wrong reasons recently after it was discovered that the company shipped the belongings of recently released WWE Superstar Mickie James, his belongings in a garbage bag. This led to the firing of three people, including the now-former head of Talent Relations, Marc Carrano, in a horrible public relations move for the company.
In a continuation of this story, just a couple of hours before news of the Mickie James incident broke, the official WWE Twitter page posted an advertisement for Hefty trash bags featuring former WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks. and the former WWE Champion. Drew McIntyre in what can only be described as dull irony at his best. Drew McIntyre was recently told to “walk away” from WWE Raw.
In other Drew McIntyre news, “The Scottish Warrior” new book, “A Chosen Destiny: My Story,” will be released next month and will be available to pre-order on Amazon and wherever books are sold. The official synopsis can be viewed below, courtesy of Amazon.
In these exciting, boundless memoirs, WWE Champion Drew McIntyre tells the incredible story of his life on a roller coaster, from a small town in Ayrshire, Scotland, to the bright lights of WWE.
From a young age, Drew McIntyre dreamed of becoming a WWE Champion and following in the footsteps of his heroes Stone Cold Steve Austin and Undertaker. With the support of his parents, he trained and paid his fees, proving himself to small crowds at the Butlin circuit in the UK. At twenty-two, McIntyre made his WWE debut and was touted by none other than WWE President Vince McMahon as “The Chosen One” who would lead WWE into the future. With his destiny in the palm of his hands, Drew watched everything slip through his fingers. Drew McIntyre Raw Promo “Ruined” by announcer.
Through a series of ill-advised decisions and family tragedies, Drew’s life and career skyrocketed. As an unerring champion, he fought under the pressure of expectations and was fired from the company. But the WWE Universe hadn’t seen the last of this promising athlete. Facing a crossroads, the mighty Scotsman set a course to show the world the real Drew McIntyre.
Encouraged by the support of his wife Kaitlyn and the memory of his loving mother, Drew embarked on a mission to recharge, reinvent himself, and reinvigorate himself to fulfill his destiny. Chosen Destiny is a story of courage, courage and determination when a fallen superstar discovers who he really is and returns to claim his dream.
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– WWE (@WWE) April 22, 2021
Fired WWE champion ‘demands’ $ 25,000
Former WWE star Braun Strowman, who was recently released by the company, took to Twitter and asked for “five figures” to make independent appearances.
Braun Strowman is charging a great deal
Strowman had also claimed that he had not spoken to any independent promoters, but said that anyone who wanted to do business could contact his manager. WWE Raw champion ‘defends’ surprise layoffs
“Let me get this FYI out. I have not spoken to anyone about reservations. But if you want to talk business, my agent’s email is in my bio. Thanks for any confusion you may be reading online. “
Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com reported that Strowman’s manager Nick Antocelli has summoned “20-25K” for a three-hour appearance to various promoters who have reached out to his interest in The Monster Among Men.
It is also noted that Antocelli also requests first-class airfare, two hotel nights plus all meals, and covered ground transportation.
We’ll see what’s next for Strowman in the future and where he ends up signing a deal.
Does AEW ‘cancel’ the debut of the former WWE champion?
Former WWE star Mark Henry recently made his AEW debut on Double or Nothing pay-per-view. It was introduced to fans by AEW commentator Tony Schiavone.
Schiavone interviewed him about the latest edition of Dynamite, but the segment was originally supposed to take place at Double or Nothing. Did WWE ‘To Bring Back’ fire the Smackdown star?
AEW cut the segment of the interview with Mark Henry
Tony Schiavone on What Happened When with Tony Schiavone recently revealed that Mark Henry’s interview from the latest episode of Dynamite was originally planned for Pay Per View when Mark Henry made his first appearance. However, they had to cut it off because time was running out.
Schiavone also said that he spoke to Henry backstage before leaving and asked if he knew what he was going to say, to which Henry replied “I always know what I’m going to talk about. “
Then when it was time to do the segment, Henry pointed to his watch when he left and did so to tell Schiavone to finish the segment as they were short on time.
Henry will become the color commentator on a new AEW show called Rampage that will air on Friday nights starting August 13.
Does Alberto Del Rio ‘tear’ the photo of Roman Reigns?
Former WWE star Albert Del Rio has been involved in a controversy for quite some time. He has pending charges of kidnapping and assault, a court case that is still waiting to proceed.
His next court date is likely August 2, but he has an event that he will be a part of on September 31 at Made In Mexico TakeOver.
Did Roman Reigns inspire Alberto Del Rio’s poster?
A poster of that event has started circulating on Twitter and has caught the attention of fans. They immediately pointed out that the poster had some similarities to the SummerSlam 2019 poster. The Undertaker ‘calls out’ for a major layoff from WWE
The SummerSlam poster saw Brock Lesnar, Becky Lynch, Roman Reigns, Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins and this new poster featured the wrestlers who will be at that event.
Some of those names are former WWE superstars like Alberto Del Rio, Sin Cara, Andrade El Idolo, and Carlito.
Check out the poster below:
oh wow, even better https://t.co/b253Enn99Q pic.twitter.com/x4Ug5m9hQK
– luchablog (@luchablog) June 9, 2021