Regality by Jim Johnston (2007–2008), It's Too Late by Jim Johnston & David Rasner (28 August 2009), Seeing Red by Jim Johnston (25 September 2009 – 5 February 2010), Broken Dreams by Shaman's Harvest (12 February 2010 – 20 September 2012) More Than One Man by Jim Johnston (25 October 2012 – 12 June 2014, Gallantry by CFO$ (NXT; 12 April 2017 – present)
Wish It Away by Psyko Dalek (Evolve / ICW; 8 August 2014 – 31 March 2017), Saviour by David Grimason (WCPW; 12 February 2017 – 29 April 2017)
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
Wish It Away (w/ Intro cut) by Psyko Dalek (2 March 2015 – 1 May 2015, 6 January 2016 – 19 January 2017, 9 February 2017 – 23 February 2017), The Ghost in Us by Dale Oliver and Serg Salinas (8 May 2015 – 2 December 2015, 26 January 2017 – 2 February 2017, 2 March 2017 – 17 March 2017)
Humble Beginnings, Drew McIntyre’s history
Galloway moved to England at a young age and began his wrestling training at the age of 15 at the Frontier Wrestling Alliance Academy.
He was trained by the promotion's operator Mark Sloan, Justin Richards, and James Tighe. He also helped other wrestlers with their training.
In 2003 started his career with British Championship Wrestling (BCW) and was matched up against many American veterans like The Honky Tonky Man. He won two BCW heavyweight championships.
On August 2007, McIntyre won the IWW International Heavyweight Championship belt at an Irish Whip Wrestling event.
On October 12, 2007, McIntyre made his WWE debut with Dave Taylor against Brett Major and Brian Major and defeated them.
Insane Championship Wrestling
Galloway won a triple threat match over Darkside and Allan Grogan, becoming the first ever ICW heavyweight champion.
Florida Championship Wrestling
In 2007, McIntyre entered in to FCW. Two years later, on March 19, he defeated Escobar to win the Florida Heavyweight Championship.
In September 2012, McIntyre appeared in the episode of Smackdown. Unfortunately, after two years with 3MB, on 12 June 2014, WWE announced that McIntyre was released from his WWE contract.
Return to ICW
McIntyre returned to work in Insane Championship Wrestling in July 2014. On 2 November at ICW "Fear & Loathing VII" event, Galloway became the two-time ICW Heavyweight Champion after he defeated Jester.
Return to WWE
McIntyre resigned with WWE in early 2017. At NXT TakeOver Brooklyn III, McIntyre successfully defeated Roode and win the NXT Championship. He also defended the title over the next few weeks before losing it to Almas at NXT Takeover WarGames on November 18.