WWE star Drew McIntyre made his appearance on the latest edition of WWE Raw Talk and was discussing the recent events which he has been involved in with The Celtic Warrior, Sheamus. He delivered a passionate speech on his feud with Sheamus but ahead of their match at Sunday’s WWE Fastlane pay-per-view, but he dropped a F-bomb but quickly controls himself.
Drew McIntyre blames the F-bomb on being Scottish
Drew McIntyre and Sheamus’ feud has turned into a heated rivalry as the former best friends have turned into bitter rivals now. It was during Raw Talk that the Scottish Psychopath got carried away with his promo and eventually used the F-word.
He said: “It would’ve been simple [to get a WWE Title match], just ask me, just bloody ask me! Your best friend. You want to do that live on RAW? Sever our friendship? All that fu**ing….”
RAW Talk co-host and WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth continued with the conversation while Kevin Patrick kept smiling. McIntyre immediately went on to apologize and said it was his Scottish roots and blamed it for swearing. The former WWE Champion said he was pushed to his limits and that provoked him to use the words but he apologized quickly.
He said: “Bleep me, please. I’m Scottish, I’m so sorry, sometimes I get carried away. But you can see exactly where I’m at right now. I’m as passionate as you can possibly be. This Sunday, we’re going into a match where we’re going to rip each other apart and I apologize for my language. I’m not that guy usually, but this is a situation where I’ve been pushed over the edge.”
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On the latest edition of Monday Night Raw McIntyre also took a jab at AEW during his in-ring promo before the RAW main event between Sheamus and WWE Champion Bobby Lashley. He had attacked the WWE Champion with a Claymore Kick and made a statement as well.
Drew McIntyre is set to square off against Sheamus at WWE Fastlane pay-per-view that will be taking place this Sunday and, he will then go on to challenge Bobby Lashley for the WWE Title at WrestleMania 37 pay-per-view scheduled to take place in the next month at Raymond James Stadium.