Drew McIntyre Reveals WWE Rule He Broke At WreslteMania
WWE is known for having quite a lot of rules, but now that things are how they are, there have been several changes made to the usual rules. Drew McIntyre revealed that he had broken a WWE rule when he looked down the camera as the Superstars were not supposed to break the fourth wall, but he could not quite help himself either as he wanted to thank the fans.
“One of our rules in WWE is that you don’t look down the camera and break the fourth wall, like you wouldn’t do in a movie. But I couldn’t help myself. In that moment, I just wanted to thank everybody for supporting me, for supporting WWE during this time and choosing WWE to take your mind off these difficult times. I wanted to let everyone know how I felt, and I’m so glad we kept that in the show. I wasn’t sure if it would be edited, because I really meant it.”Drew McIntyre
Drew McIntyre Challenged By Big Show After WrestleMania
In the main event on RAW, WWE broadcast previously unrevealed footage of what happened after Drew McIntyre’s win at WrestleMania. The Superstar came out to thank the WWE Universe for tuning in to the show, and say how happy he was to have won. However, he was then interrupted by The Big Show.
Big Show came out with a referee and challenged McIntyre to a match then and there. This was only 15 minutes after McIntyre had a match with Brock Lesnar. Drew said that he did not want to face Big Show only moments after the match that he had with Brock Lesnar. Show slapped McIntyre and that proved to be the catalyst to McIntyre accepting the challenge from Big Show. He then defended his title only moments after having beaten Lesnar and the atmosphere was really tense as the WWE Universe believed the Big Show might beat Drew.
However, it turns out that WWE were only giving Drew a bigger push, as after surviving a Chokeslam, Drew avoided the WMD fist of Big Show, to hit him with the Claymore. This saw him pick up the win, and become one of the only Superstars to have two title matches at the same WrestleMania.