Drew McIntyre recently spoke with The Metro where he gave some interesting comments regarding WrestleMania 36.
This is truly like no other event in the history of the company and there are a few reasons for it. From the event being moved from a stadium in Tampa, Florida to the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida in front of no fans. Also, the event will be split over the course of two nights.
With the outbreak of the coronavirus, WWE is taping both nights of the show in advance. This show could be a big break for McIntyre as he has the chance to dethrone WWE Champion Brock Lesnar.
“It’s not a battle that I’m fighting myself, it’s a battle the world is fighting. But nevertheless, we’re going to get there, we’ve got WrestleMania over two days now – so no matter what, I’ll still beat Brock Lesnar for the title. ‘It may not be how I envisioned it in my head, but I assure you, the world’s never going to forget this WrestleMania.
“We’ll go as long as it’s safe,’ he added. “I’m just very happy and proud we’re still going on to provide people with an escape. For me, one, people are not going to forget this, and two, this is going to be challenge.”
McIntyre also talked about the changes in working in front of now fans, his path up to this point, the importance of this match to him and more. You can read the entire interview here.