The Scottish Psycopath has been a hit since his WWE return in 2017, winning the NXT Championship almost immediately, before a hit run on the main roster.
He made history in 2020 when he became the first ever British wrestler to win the Royal Rumble match.
He followed it up with a huge victory at WrestleMania 36, albeit in front of a lack of fans. He defeated Brock Lesnar to become WWE Champion, being the first Briton to win the prestigious championship.
Fightful Select reported that Drew McIntyre’s contract is set to expire before the end of the year, and he is waiting until closer to the time to renew his deal.
The Scot had nine months left on his contract, and does not currently see the value in signing a new deal at this present time.
McIntyre lost to Gunther, in a match also including Sheamus, which was not the issue. This was one of the best matches on the card, and Drew put in a fantastic performance.
This could do well to earn him a bumper deal with the WWE going forward, but the 37 year-old could be eyeing a move to AEW in the future, if the backstage morale in WWE does not improve.
Drew McIntyre’s release would be huge for the WWE, given how invested they have been in him in recent years.
He is a two-time WWE Champion, and main evented the first British stadium show, where he lost to Roman Reigns at Clash at the Castle in a packed Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
Drew McIntyre has not commented on his potential WWE release, neither has WWE made a statement on the matter.
We will continue to update this page if any more information regarding a potential contract termination comes out.
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Hamish is a writer and podcaster and wrestling fan who is a key part of the Atletifo team.
After playing countless hours of WrestleMania X8 on the Gamecube, he discovered Rey Mysterio getting his head crushed by The Great Khali, and thus a love for professional wrestling was born.
He is also a Media Graduate, as well as writing for multiple sites about Premier League football and the culture of Wales – his home country.