Drew McIntyre successfully defended his WWE Championship title in an Ambulance match against Randy Orton at Clash of Champions last Sunday. But he definitely had some help. during the match.
Orton had to face not only McIntyre, but several of the WWE Legends that he had put down in the past with his infamous punt kick. But The Viper took his revenge on this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, attacking the legends in disguise.
The WWE Champion took to Twitter to share his thoughts on his rival’s heinous actions.
Drew McIntyre gets help from WWE Legends
At Clash of Champions, Big Show’s interference was followed by Christian’s as McIntyre and Orton took their fight backstage. Shawn Michaels showed up next in a spot on top of the ambulance and hit Orton with his trademark Sweet Chin Music. He proceeded to shove him off the roof of the ambulance.
— Shawn Michaels (@ShawnMichaels) September 28, 2020
Ric Flair drove away the ambulance after McIntyre shut the doors with Orton inside.
The latest edition of WWE RAW kicked off with Drew McIntyre and the four legends in the ring. The Scottish Psychopath thanked them for their support and advice, and the five of them shared a moment of respect.
Scottish Psychopath responds to Randy Orton’s attack
Randy Orton showed up at the end of the RAW episode disguised as a backstage janitor. He went inside the Legends Lounge where four of them were playing cards. Prepared with night vision goggles, which immediately became an internet meme, Orton turned the lights off and beat up the legends.
Drew McIntyre responded by blaming Randy Orton for “tainting” one of the “coolest moments” of his career. He then left a threat for The Viper.
“This was one of the coolest moments of my career. Nothing over the top, 100% real & an opportunity to recognize those who helped me become the Champion I am today….and now it’s tainted. Randy, you’re going to find out the hard way why I was known as the Scottish Psychopath”
This was one of the coolest moments of my career. Nothing over the top, 100% real & an opportunity to recognize those who helped me become the Champion I am today….and now it’s tainted.
Randy, you’re going to find out the hard way why I was known as the Scottish Psychopath pic.twitter.com/SWpluQexYx
— Drew McIntyre (@DMcIntyreWWE) September 30, 2020
During the opening segment, McIntyre issued an open challenge to anyone he had not fought before to come and face him for the WWE Championship. The challenge was taken up by Robert Roode later in the night in a losing effort.
WWE is also reportedly planning a match between Drew McIntyre and legendary boxer Tyson Fury, after the two exchanged comments on Twitter.