Drew McIntyre Addresses Attack On CM Punk After Quitting WWE

Drew McIntyre Addresses Attack On CM Punk After Quitting WWE WWE

Drew McIntyre appeared on WWE Raw tonight, after having “quit” on television last week, to address his attack on CM Punk.

It certainly seems that, despite his declaration last week, Drew McIntyre is back in WWE as he appeared on tonight’s Raw.

Taking over the show at the onset, McIntyre appeared from out of nowhere, walking through the camera frame in front of the commentary team to get into the ring.

While he addressed his attack on CM Punk in Chicago on WWE SmackDown, he also showed off a trophy of the beating.

Holding up the beaded bracelet he noticeably snatched off of Punk’s wrist after dropping him, with beads that spelled out both ‘AJ’ and ‘LARRY’, McIntyre clued in fans who may not be aware that AJ was Punk’s wife and Larry was his dog.

Although, he he did use disparaging terminology to describe Larry’s unique look that will not be repeated here.

At any rate, McIntyre noted that he has Punk’s wife, dog and after Money in the Bank, he will have the Money in the Bank contract as well, and plans to cash it in the same night so Punk has to sit at home without being able to do anything about it.

Later in the show, McIntyre informed Adam Pearce that he didn’t mean what he said when he ‘quit’ last week, but demanded to be added to the Money in the Bank match, which Pearce didn’t initially accept.

Elsewhere on tonight’s WWE Raw, Sami Zayn offered Bron Breakker an Intercontinental Championship match any place and any time, to which Breakker replied, at Money in the Bank.

Zayn accepted and it was officially confirmed by Pearce on the spot.

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