Details Emerge On Drew McIntyre’s New WWE Contract After The Rock Announces He Has Re-Signed

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After a few months of speculation, it was announced on Saturday that Drew McIntyre is going nowhere and has signed a new multi-year deal with World Wrestling Entertainment.

Back in February, reports emerged that while Drew McIntyre was building serious momentum with a new version of his character, he and the company had not yet come to terms on a new deal. Then his memorable moment on Night 2 of Wrestlemania came and yet it seemed to bring the two sides no closer to a contract.

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Well, after months of negotiations, TKO Board member Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson announced the news on his social media accounts yesterday on pen being put to paper on a new deal for the “Scottish Psycho.” The posts included a video of “The Great One” gifting the multi-time WWE champion a new Scottish claymore.

“Congratulations @dmcintyrewwe on signing your new @wwe deal. As we talked about after your WrestleMania match, I know this Scottish Claymore represents everything that you, your family, and your country embody. Alba gu bràth 🗡️,” The Rock wrote in his post.

How long is Drew McIntyre’s new WWE contract?

Following The Rock’s announcement, Fightful Select was able to confirm the news with sources and also claimed that McIntyre’s current deal was expected to end next month. Putting some added pressure on the negotiations. The outlet also revealed the contract is a “multi-year, big money deal.”

PW Insider also heard from sources that it is a multi-year pact with one claiming it is for three years and that the deal was finalized over the last few days. After being let go from the company in 2014, following a seven-year run, McIntyre made his return to WWE with their NXT brand in 2017.

He jumped to the main roster a year later and has since gone on to become one of the pillars of the current roster and has now twice captured the WWE championship at Wrestlemania. However, both have unique situations tied to them. The first happened during the crowdless pandemic year, and the most recent ended in five minutes with some help from CM Punk and a Money in the Bank cash-in from Damian Priest.

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