On a recent edition of the “Quinn & Cantara” podcast, Drew McIntyre addressed rumors of his WWE contract negotiations, noting that he doesn’t intend to work anywhere else.
McIntyre also hinted at how much longer he wishes to wrestle.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On his WWE contract negotiations: “I focus on the now. I don’t focus on the past, I don’t focus on the future. I focus on the present. No, I don’t plan to be anywhere else. That’s as much as I can say right now.”
On his in-ring future: “As long as my body will allow, as far as I’m concerned. I’ve been doing it for 22 years now. People think I’m in my mid-40s because I’ve been around for so long. I debuted 16 years ago on WWE television. Just what we know about nutrition and looking after ourselves as athletes today, you can really go as long as you want as long as you don’t get any significant career-ending injuries. I’ve been very fortunate on that front where I’ve only had a torn bicep, broken bones, a broken neck one time, but that sounds worse than it is. It was a nondisplaced fracture, so I just had to heal the bone. I’ve been lucky overall when it comes to injuries when you look at other injuries in our industry.”