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How Drew McIntyre Became The Pioneer For Scottish Stars In WWE

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WWE heads to Glasgow, Scotland for the first ever PLE in the country.

On June 15th, the city hosts Clash At The Castle and the event will feature several Scottish Superstars.

The Scottish duo of Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn will challenge for the Women’s Tag Team Championships in a Triple Threat match against champions Jade Cargill and Bianca Belair and challengers Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark.

Drew McIntyre is also in title action. The Scottish Warrior takes on Damian Priest for the World Heavyweight Championship and fellow Scot, Piper Niven challenges Bayley for the Women’s Championship.

Speaking of Niven, the former ICW Women’s Champion spoke to Scottish newspaper The Herald about the upcoming event and how McIntyre influenced a generation of Scottish wrestlers.

My uncle used to tell me how there was a world record set for a bench press that couldn’t be beaten. One year, one person did it. As soon as that record was broken, three other people went on to break it that year because they believed it was possible. Drew (McIntyre) made us believe it was possible for Scottish wrestlers to get to the WWE. Drew was the pioneer. He showed us there was a path and as soon as you believe something’s possible, that is the catalyst. That’s what spurs people on. That’s what gives people hope to keep pushing, despite all the obstacles and hurdles.

What did Drew McIntyre say about his last appearance on Clash At The Castle?

McIntyre recently spoke about his experience at the 2022 Clash At The Castle, which wasn’t all positive. He expressed disappointment about losing the main event match to Roman Reigns for the Universal Title.

But what he described as the “worst moment of his life” was having to sing “American Pie” with Tyson Fury after the match.

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