5 Biggest Reasons Why Drew Mcintyre Should Retire Brock Lesnar At WrestleMania 35
Looking at the feuds being followed on Monday Night Raw, WWE could be bringing a major alteration on the red brand by elevating Drew Mcintyre to the top of the food chain.
After being released before, his comeback has been phenomenal and the Scottish Psychopath deserves all the credit that he is garnering from all over the world.
Tremendous characterization, organic rise, and his in-ring proficiency are catapulting Mcintyre to another stratosphere in the world of the professional wrestling business.
Vince McMahon's adulation for the former NXT Champion could lead him to many bigger things before we get on the Road to WrestleMania 35. He is certainly the best part of Monday Night Raw and has done so by constantly grabbing the brass ring by the neck and running with it.
With Brock Lesnar's victory at Crown Jewel garnering negative reviews from the fans, this could be a legitimate time for WWE to take the benefit of the opportunity and maximize their investment in the Scottish Terminator.
So, without further ado, let's dive deep and analyze the 5 biggest reasons why Drew Mcintyre should retire Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 35.
#1 One of the greatest has already passed the torch to him on Raw
One of the notable highlights of Monday Night Raw this week was Kurt Angle's loss to Drew Mcintyre, where the latter took the Olympic Gold Medalist out with his own medicine.
While the match might not receive the acclaim it should have, the creative team's focus on the former NXT Champion's annihilation felt incredible and pretty organic.
Drew Mcintyre's offensive mannerisms definitely coerced the fans to notice him and his verbal altercations throughout the match felt like he was torturing the Hall of Famer.
There's no denying that Kurt Angle has achieved everything in the business, but to be defeated in such fashion where his opponent completely dominated and mocked him felt that something is definitely cooking in Vince McMahon's head.
Judging by the commentary throughout the match, it certainly felt like the company was trying to convey a clear-cut message that the Scottish Terminator has literally ended Angle's career.
The Chosen One solidified his position as a main-event superstar after this week's victory which has definitely made him an even more believable threat to Brock Lesnar's career.