Wednesday, November 29

Drew McIntyre drops hint that he will return to WWE tonight on Raw

McIntyre no longer wants you to think that he will step up to help Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn on Raw.

drew mcintyre has been AWOL from WWE since failing to become Intercontinental Champion at WrestleMania 39. Rumors about the Scotsman’s future have been swirling ever since, starting with an injury that has kept McIntyre off television for the last few years. two months, to claim that he and WWE are not agreeing on a new deal as his current contract is about to expire.

Could Drew McIntyre return to Raw?

In the midst of all that, McIntyre strongly suggested that he’ll be back on our television screens as soon as tonight’s Raw. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn need to find a partner for a match against Imperium tonight. Reported by PWMania, according to BoozerWrasslin, Shinsuke Nakamura will probably be the third of the champions. However, there is an outside possibility that McIntyre makes up the numbers.


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That belief was caused by the man himself. WWE reminded fans that Owens and Zayn are looking for a tag team partner on Twitter, a reminder that McIntyre retweeted. It’s the first time the former WWE Champion has posted anything on Twitter, but the Scottish psychopath has since undid the retweet.

Owens and Zayn need a third party

That could mean a few things, of course. McIntyre may well have thought it would be a cool way to tease his return without giving anything away before thinking better of it. He may have even intended to undo the retweet with the specific intention of sparking this very conversation. It’s also likely that McIntyre hit the retweet button by accident. We’ve all done it, but most of us probably haven’t done it amid radio silence as we potentially negotiate a new deal with our employers.

There have been signs that McIntyre is coming back and also signs that he is leaving WWE. Raw picked the absent star in the draft, which means WWE is very much expecting him to return. However, McIntyre was recently removed from WWE’s Money in the Bank announcements. Emanating from the UK, you’d think WWE would want to keep McIntyre front and center when bragging about the show if there was any chance he’d be a part of it.

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