WWE star Drew McIntyre has revealed who Vince McMahon assigned to be his mentor when he came to the company 15 years ago.
McIntyre has grown by leaps and bounds since he first appeared in WWE back in 2007.
Speaking with Sports Illustrated, the former two-time WWE Champion discussed mastering his craft and revealed who Vince McMahon assigned to be his mentor.
The WWE star said:
“As Undertaker once told me, ‘Don’t play the wrestler. Be the wrestler’. At the time, ’Taker was my mentor, a role assigned by Vince [McMahon], and I had no idea what he was talking about. I was a wrestler, obviously, right? Now, almost 15 years later, I have a much different appreciation for his lessons. I know who I am every time I step out there, and I know what I’m aiming for; and that’s Roman.”
McIntyre has been heavily promoting the upcoming Clash At The Castle event in Cardiff, Wales on September 3, which the company has started advertising talent for.
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