WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre Talks About SummerSlam Coming To Allegiant Stadium, Facing Bobby Lashley Inside Hell In A Cell & Samoa Joe Back In NXT


On this episode of In The Kliq, Baby Huey interviewed WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre about SummerSlam 2021 coming to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, August 21st, WWE going back on the road, his entrance at WrestleMania 37, how he has improved as a performer during his time in the ThunderDome, his appearance on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions, his defining opponent, his upcoming match against Bobby Lashley at Hell In A Cell for the WWE Championship and his thoughts on Samoa Joe returning to NXT. Kliq, Download, & Mark Out!

Thank you to Tim Jarrell from Pro Wrestling Unlimited for helping edit the video. Please subscribe to his YouTube channel.

SummerSlam will be live from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, August 21st.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 18th at 10am through Ticketmaster.

SummerSlam travel packages are available. Click here for more info.

Watch Drew McIntyre vs. Bobby Lashley in a Hell In A Cell match for the WWE Championship at WWE’s Hell In A Cell on Sunday, June 20th starting at 8pm ET/5pm PT streaming live on Peacock in the US and the WWE Network everywhere else.

Watch WWE Monday Night Raw at 8pm on the USA Network.

Drew McIntyre’s new book “A Chosen Destiny: My Story” is out now through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and all other online book stores.

Follow Drew McIntyre on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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