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mcintyre is thrown into the mix of jobbers, is it the end of the line for the chosen one?
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Old 04 Sep 2010, 10:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default mcintyre is thrown into the mix of jobbers, is it the end of the line for the chosen one?

mcmahon introduced him as future world champ















if it was about working hard i heard drew has been















wrestling for the last 10 yrs (starting at age15)
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Old 04 Sep 2010, 10:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Yeah, and he's had his run of being undefeated.















Now, it's time for him to win AND lose like the rest of the roster.































He's only lost a few matches...this isn't the end for him.















And besides, he lost by a simple roll-up like maneuver.































He's still gonna become champion somewhere down the road. Trust and believe that.
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No this is how wrestling should be you work your way up from jobbers and mid carders and prove yourself and earn your keep. Where Drew goes from here is up to him.
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Maybe he dosen't want to get pushed too fast like Sheamus, he will work his way up and be champion sooner or later.
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For now yes. His push is over so he has to get in line like everyone else. And i'm glad because he got pushed too hard too fast. But he will be a world champ one day.
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I think McManiac has finally got it through his senile brain that Drew McIntyre is not all that. He should never have gotten the push so early.
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