Drew McIntyre Says That Heavyweight Boxer Tyson Fury Is Stalking Him On Social Media

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Top WWE RAW Star Drew McIntyre recently spoke with The Big Issue and seemingly made a joke that Tyson Fury, professional heavyweight boxer, is stalking him on social media. McIntyre said he would wake up every day and he would get another message on social media from Tyson Fury. Drew also said that maybe he should answer him.

Drew McIntyre said, “Tyson Fury is stalking me.” “It’s the most bizarre sentence. I’d wake up every day and I’ve got another message on social media from Tyson Fury.” “Maybe I should answer him.”

McIntyre then said when he wins back his WWE Title, he will fly back home, have a big celebration all the way down into England and set up a match with Fury. McIntyre also said it’s going to happen as he gets the wrestling business and has a genuine love for it and he knows both he and Fury could do some fun business together, which probably could have some kind of Battle of Britain theme.

McIntyre said, “When I’m able to win back my WWE title we’ll fly back home, get an open top bus at the top of Scotland. I’m going to make my way down Scotland, [and have a] big celebration all the way down into England. Get to Fury’s house, set ourselves up a little match.”

“It’s going to happen. The thing is he has a genuine love for wrestling and he’s such an entertainer, he gets it.” “I know we could do some fun business together. Probably some kind of Battle of Britain would be the theme.”

McIntyre then said that the UK deserves a significant PPV as they have such an incredible fanbase and a huge audience and that they are so passionate. Drew also said that there hasn’t been a huge show in the UK since 1992 when they sold out Wembley Stadium with over 80,000 people and McIntyre wants it to happen again, be that at Hampden or Ibrox or wherever it may be, maybe even Wembley again.

McIntyre said, “The UK deserves a significant pay-per-view.” “It’s such an incredible fanbase, a huge audience, they’re so passionate. There hasn’t been a huge show since 1992 when we sold out Wembley Stadium with over 80,000 people. I want to make that happen again, be that at Hampden or Ibrox or wherever it may be. Maybe Wembley again.”

“But if it takes myself and Tyson Fury to draw some outside eyeballs besides just the WWE fans – the new WWE fans, we’ll call them – I want to make it happen.”

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