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Is Drew McIntyre re-joining TNA after ‘quitting’ WWE?

Published at :June 21, 2024 at 5:00 AM
Modified at :June 21, 2024 at 5:00 AM
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The ‘Scottish Psychopath’ has quit WWE

Drew McIntyre’s surprise declaration on WWE Raw on June 17, 2024, sent shockwaves through the wrestling industry. The ‘Scottish Psychopath’ gave an uncharacteristically quick promo, announcing that he had “quit” WWE.

This surprising change of events follows his defeat at 2024 WWE Clash at the Castle when CM Punk cost him the World Heavyweight Championship. Fans and commentators are already speculating on McIntyre’s future move, with many believing a return to TNA (now Impact Wrestling) is on the cards.

McIntyre’s declaration came after his high-profile confrontation with CM Punk, which left many fans hoping for an explosive rivalry this summer. The idea was that McIntyre would seek vengeance, resulting in a protracted feud with Punk. Instead, his unexpected exit has opened the door to a variety of alternatives, including a move to another wrestling business.

Can Drew McIntyre join TNA?

WWE’s recent agreements with other organizations have created opportunities for McIntyre to participate in a variety of wrestling scenarios. One likely destination is TNA, where McIntyre formerly wrestled as Drew Galloway. His stint in TNA was highlighted by great success, including a reign as TNA World Heavyweight Champion. A return to TNA might revitalize his career and provide a new aspect to the company.

Another option is Pro Wrestling NOAH in Japan. Following in the footsteps of wrestlers such as AJ Styles, McIntyre might discover fresh challenges and a devoted fan base in Japan. NOAH’s reputation for hard-hitting contests and high-quality wrestling may be an ideal fit for McIntyre’s style.

The ‘Summer of Punk’ Connection

The current storyline is intriguingly similar to the ‘Summer of Punk’ in 2011 when CM Punk famously vowed to depart WWE with the belt. Replicating this plot with McIntyre may result in him making unexpected cameos in numerous promotions, generating a captivating and unpredictable narrative. This might involve appearances in TNA, NOAH, or other wrestling promotions, keeping fans on the edge of their seats.

Despite curiosity regarding McIntyre’s future move, there is a more straightforward answer. CM Punk has confirmed that he will be on SmackDown in Chicago on June 21st. It’s likely that McIntyre’s “quitting” WWE is a farce, and he’ll appear on SmackDown to face Punk directly. This option would preserve the rivalry within WWE while providing a more clear continuation of their conflict.

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