Drew McIntyre On Providing Entertainment During Pandemic & Why Fans Should Still Watch WrestleMania

Drew McIntyre won the 2020 Royal Rumble match and was fast on his way to sharing a WrestleMania moment with thousands of fans in a roaring Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. However, now with the Coronavirus pandemic, Drew McIntyre is still looking to have a WrestleMania moment but is opening up about what it means to be able to entertain during these uncertain times.

Recently speaking with SuperSport, Drew McIntyre spoke out about the importance of having entertainment to not allow our minds to linger in negative situations.

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“Whatever entertainment gets your mind off things or keeps you occupied is very essential right now. Everybody needs to lay low for a little while… and whatever keeps you entertained within your house is absolutely essential,” Drew said. “That’s why right now with WWE I’m so proud that we’re doing what we can to provide everybody with some unique content, some unique entertainment to take their mind off things… We will do what we can for as long as we can to take people's minds off things…. But maybe even learn the guitar? Maybe it’s WWE? Maybe you’re reading that book you never quite got finished last year? Stick at it right now because it’s for the good of everybody.”

Continuing on, Drew talked about why fans should still watch WrestleMania 36, saying WWE has a mega card set.

“We’ve got some big matches… Roman Reigns is fighting Goldberg for the Universal Title and that’s very exciting. Edge has returned after nine years and is in a personal bitter rivalry with Randy Orton and that’s a very big deal… But, more importantly, Drew McIntyre is finally at the pinnacle of his 19-year quest for the WWE Championship. All I have to do is beat Brock Lesnar. I’m going to need as many people as possible watching and sending out positive energy to take down The Beast. It’s going to be a huge night, I hope everybody can tune-in, and I really hope that it gives everybody a few hours of entertainment over April 4 & 5,” Drew continued.

In the time since this interview was published, Roman Reigns has since been removed from his match with Goldberg. However, a replacement has reportedly been set. Learn more about that at this link.

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