In recent months, WWE has sparked some dissatisfaction with some superstars as they were not satisfied with their booking direction.

Dean Ambrose will soon leave WWE, as he does not like the company's booking direction. Luke Harper has asked for his release from the company and is not expected to wrestle for WWE again.

The Revival, Gallows and Anderson and Sasha Banks were also reportedly dissatisfied with their creative direction, and it was reported that they had either threatened to end or not renew their current business dealings with the company.

Against this background, Drew McIntyre was recently asked in an interview with An The State Journal Registerover Wrestling Newsfor his thoughts on WWE superstars complaining about their current position in the business online.

The Scottish psychopath responded that if he was angry, he would go online instead of working harder in the gym or ring to see different results.

He said, "I can now look around and see people who have lost perspective. They may be tweeting about how annoyed they are and the lack of opportunities to improve or work harder outside of the ring.

"They obviously do not go to the gym and they do not have a fire anymore, and I understand it because I was there, and I can tell because I was that guy.


"It is my job and the job of my character to eliminate those who do not necessarily have that fire and remind me of my younger self."

McIntyre was fired from the WWE in 2014 when he was part of 3MB with Heath Slater and Jinder Mahal.

However, he used his time in the independent cycle to reinvent himself and became one of the biggest indie stars of his time, which in turn forced the WWE to bring him back.

Upon returning to WWE, The Scottish Psychopath became one of the top superstars in NXT. He won the NXT championship before returning to starring in the superstar shake-up of 2018.


Now, a year later, McIntyre will be heavily inducted into the Universal Championship, at least by the end of the year, possibly passing Universal WrestleMania 36.

McIntyre has certainly found the right way to turn himself into a big star, but it does not always work for everyone.