Drew McIntyre recently was a guest on The Bubba Show on 100.7 Star in Pittsburgh to promote the WWE’s Super Showdown event on July 24th.
This is where he talked about the return of house shows will feel like min-WrestleMania shows.
“[The WWE] is such an amazing show live, it’s for the whole family from the youngest kid to the adult, there’s something for everyone,” explained McIntyre. “It’s great value for money. It’s not just for guys. You know, 40% of our audience is females. It’s a night you’ll never forget, you just have to give it a chance. This is different. We had no other fans for a long time. Our superstars are itching to get back out there and give the best performances they’ve ever given. But our fans can’t wait to be there live.
“These shows are going to sell out and they’re going to be the kind of shows that you’ll be talking about for years. Every single night is going to feel like a mini-WrestleMania. The atmosphere is going to be unbelievable. [The June 24 event] is a Super Show with no television cameras, so we’re not going to be playing to the cameras or the people at home. We’re going to be with the people in the arena and really having an interactive experience and everyone’s going to be talking about it for such a long time. And the biggest, coolest feeling of all [will be] looking around and thinking, ‘Wow, we’re back to normal, this is freaking cool.’”
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