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Drew McIntyre
Drew McIntyre April 2014.jpg
McIntyre in April 2014
Birth name Andrew Galloway
Ring name(s) Drew McIntyre[1]
Drew Galloway[2]
Billed height 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)[1]
Billed weight 254 lb (115 kg; 18 st)[1]
Born (1985-06-06) 6 June 1985 (age 29)
Ayr, Scotland[2]
Billed from Ayr, Scotland[1]
Trained by Justin Richards[3]
James Tighe[3]
Mark Sloan[3]
Colin[3]
Spinner McKenzie[3]
Debut 2001[4]

Andrew "Drew" Galloway (born 6 June 1985) is a Scottish professional wrestler, best known for his tenure with WWE under the ring name Drew McIntyre.

He began training from the age of 15 in England, he commuted between there and Scotland to begin his career. Before long, he became a regular in British Championship Wrestling (BCW), using the gimmick "Thee" Drew Galloway and winning their Heavyweight Championship twice, along with the Heavyweight Championship of Insane Championship Wrestling. He also found success abroad in Irish Whip Wrestling, winning their top title. During this time, he completed an undergraduate degree in criminology.

After touring the independent circuit around the British Isles, Galloway moved to the United States in 2007 to sign with WWE. Along with a brief stint on the SmackDown brand, he spent time in developmental territories Ohio Valley Wrestling and Florida Championship Wrestling, winning the Heavyweight and Tag Team Championships later, before returning to SmackDown and quickly winning the WWE Intercontinental Championship. In 2010, he held the WWE Tag Team Championship with Cody Rhodes. McIntyre then experienced a dramatic plunge down the card, becoming an occasional competitor on WWE Superstars. In late 2012, he became a member of Heath Slater's 3MB faction before being released in June 2014.

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Galloway began training for professional wrestling at the age of 15[2] at the Frontier Wrestling Alliance's Academy when his family moved to the south of England[5] to Portsmouth. In the FWA Academy he was trained by the promotion's operator Mark Sloan along with Justin Richards and James Tighe. Galloway also cites the promotion's established stars helping out with training, including Doug Williams, Paul Burchill and Alex Shane.[3]

British Championship Wrestling (2003–2007)[edit]

In 2003, Galloway made his debut for the inaugural show of British Championship Wrestling (BCW), operating in the Greater Glasgow area. While there he honed his wrestling skill further, training under Colin McKay and later Spinner McKenzie[3] and developing the character of "Thee" Drew Galloway, a cocky narcissist.[6] His first match, at February's No Blood, No Sympathy: Night 1, saw him lose against Stu Natt.[7] He picked up his first win on the second night in a tag team match alongside Wolfgang, defeating Blade and Stu Pendous.[8] By December, Galloway was managed by Charles Boddington, who aided him in his first significant success and would manage him for the next four years. On 5 December, Boddington announced that BCW Heavyweight Champion Spinner McKenzie had been fired and would be stripped of the title; Boddington then instantly gave the belt to Galloway.[9] Stevie Knight took exception to this and challenged him to a match that very night at Bad Tidings: Night 1, winning the championship.[10] Galloway earned a non-title win over Knight the following February in 2004, at Night of The Fan[11] but Knight exacted revenge by knocking Galloway out of the King of BCW tournament.[12]

Later that year, Galloway had a series of matches against American veterans. In June, he was defeated by The Honky Tonk Man[13] and later that month lost in a tag team match to Marty Jannetty and Highlander, with Sabotage on his side.[14] In November, at the aptly titled Lo Down, Galloway main evented in a double count-out match against D'Lo Brown.[15] He then had a brief series of feuds; in March 2005 he defeated Jay Phoenix[16] but their rematch in November, officiated by Mick Foley, ended in a no contest.[17] In May 2006 after their lengthy feud in Irish Whip Wrestling, Galloway lost[18] then won in successive matches against long term rival Sheamus O'Shaunessy.[19]

In November 2006, in the main event of Live in East Kilbride, Galloway teamed with Lionheart and pinned BCW Heavyweight Champion Highlander who was tagging with Wolfgang.[20] This put him in contention for the title at December's No Blood, No Sympathy IV. The match was booked as an "I Quit" match with Conscience as the special guest referee with Galloway gaining his second BCW Heavyweight Championship.[9][21][22] He held the title through most of 2007, vacating it[9] after he relocated to the United States in September.[2]

Irish Whip Wrestling (2005–2006)[edit]

After gaining momentum in Scotland, Galloway began wrestling dates across the Republic of Ireland with Irish Whip Wrestling (IwW) continuing to use "Thee" Drew Galloway as his gimmick. With Charles Boddington still in his corner, he competed in three contests during his first appearance on 23 July 2005 for Whiplash TV.[6] After losing to "SOS" Sheamus O'Shaunessy[23] he found a similar fate against Mad Man Manson, sparking a feud between the two.[6] Despite these two losses, his status abroad meant he was already booked in a Ten-Man Gauntlet match to determine the top contender for the main title. Galloway was whitewashed the entire evening, losing to Vic Viper.[23] The following day at Gym Wars Manson was absent so Galloway tried to avenge his loss with O'Shaunessy but it ended in a double count-out.[24] Over the next few months Galloway recruited various wrestlers, even his manager Boddington, in a series of tag team and even handicap tag team matches against Manson and his teams.[25][26][27] He picked up his first victory in October against Sean South in a warm-up for that event's main event six-man tag team match.[26] The rivalry between Galloway and Manson was finally settled in November at IwW's final show from the SFX Theatre. Their brutal and bloody Street Fight saw Galloway gain respect from for his tenacity and endurance[6] but his losing streak continued.[28]

With his rivalry against Manson settled in their Street Fight and despite having only won one match with the company, Galloway was given a shot at the IwW International Heavyweight Championship owing to his show stealing performances with Manson.[6] On 28 January 2006 he received his first title match against Sheamus O'Shaunessy, evolving their rivalry from previous battles.[29] The rivalry quickly took on a patriotic flavour, with Galloway's blue colours of Scotland clashing O'Shaunessy's green colours of Ireland, mirroring the Old Firm football derby between Glasgow Rangers and Glasgow Celtic, respectively.[6] This football allusion became particularly prominent when the two met again at Verona Football Club once again for the title, though the match changed into a Lumberjack match, the result and champion remained the same.[30] Galloway remained focussed, proving his dominance and determination for the championship by defeating JC Williams and Brian Roche in a handicap match on 17 March.[31] This match earned him a two out of three falls match against the champion the following day in which O'Shaunessy won two falls to one;[32] the next day produced the same result.[33] Again Galloway proved himself a fierce competitor, twice making Vic Viper acquiesce in "I Quit" matches in April.[34][35] With their rivalry intensifying, Galloway's next challenge to O'Shaunessy was given the stipulation of a Last Man Standing match. Once again, the Irish native retained the title,[36] as he also did in June with the same stipulation.[37]

Finally, on 28 August 2006 Galloway managed to beat the reigning Irishman and won the IwW International Heavyweight Championship in a singles match.[37][38] He successfully defended the belt that evening against Go Shiozaki.[6][37] In November, Galloway took the championship to London, England to defend it at Real Quality Wrestling's Rebirth in November against Jody Fleisch,[39] though the match was broadcast on 20 December episode of RQW TV.[40] However, Galloway was not able to commit to fully defending the title, due to other bookings in his homeland and his academic studies, he was thus forced to relenquish the championship in January 2007.[6][41]

Touring Great Britain (2005–2007)[edit]

While BCW became his home promotion and he made regular appearances for IwW, Galloway made several appearances around the independent circuit. In 2004, he appeared for the fledgling International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom (IPW:UK) at their aptly titled Show 2.[42] Despite losing to Aviv Maayan in his first showing,[43] by the time he returned in May 2005 his reputation made him notorious enough to compete in their main event Five Way Elimination match to determine the best of British heavyweights. Galloway was eliminated first by Andy Boy Simmonz with a small package pin.[44]

In between studying, Gallow competed in several tours of All Star Wrestling[2] against competitors including TJ Wilson, PN Neuz, Chad Collyer and Brody Steele during 2006.[45] On 15 October 2006 Galloway competed in Insane Championship Wrestling's (ICW) debut show Fear & Loathing, defeating Darkside and Allan Grogan in a Three Way 30 Minute Iron Man match to become the first ICW Champion. He lost the ICW Championship on 22 July to Darkside in a Five-Man Elimination match also involving Jack Jester, Wolfgang and Liam Thomson.

Despite it being his only match (he was used twice) for NWA: Scottish Wrestling Alliance (NWA:SWA), Galloway represented Team SWA against Team Sinner in the titular match for the March 2006 Clan Wars event, being eliminated first by Highlander who was using the ropes.[46] At the end of the month he appeared at the inaugural event for Premier British Wrestling (PBW) earning a shot to become the first PBW Heavyweight Champion by defeating Allan Grogan but losing to Wolfgang in the main event. In October he was entered into a contendership match to win another chance at the title, but was beaten by Dave Moralez.[47]

Galloway's reception continued to precede him, being placed in contention for RQW's Not Just For Christmas tournament to crown the inaugural RQW Heavyweight Champion. Representing IwW, having made his IwW Title defence against Fleisch earlier in the year, Galloway faced SAS Wrestling's El Ligero[48] going through to the semi-final only to lose to One Pro Wrestling's Pac by count out. Galloway continued to appear in April, taking his rivalry with 'SOS' Sheamus O'Shaunessy to London with a double count-out[49] which led to a rematch in June where Galloway picked up the victory in a Street Fight. Later on that evening, having made a statement with his win over O'Shaunessy, Galloway attacked the RQW Heavyweight Champion Martin Stone during his title defence against Takeshi Rikio.[50] This attack led to Galloway's final match in the UK at August's Summer Brawl. Despite attacking Stone earlier in the evening, Galloway could not pick up the victory and failed to win the title.[51] Galloway's very last appearance was serving as a referee for PBW on 15 September in a match that saw Darkside defeat Lionheart to become the championship contender.[52]

World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE[edit]

Debut and SmackDown (2007)[edit]

In late 2006, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) went on tour in Europe and before their filming of SmackDown in Manchester, Galloway had a try out match against O'Shaunessy. The following year in April the two received another try out match in London.[53] Later in 2007, on 12 October, Galloway made his televised WWE debut during SmackDown using the name Drew McIntyre. He appeared as a fan friendly character, imploring the crowd to cheer for him due to seeking dual citizenship with America while accompanied by fellow Briton Dave Taylor. He defeated Brett Major[54] in his first week and the following episode defeated his tag team partner Brian Major with the help of Taylor.[55] McIntyre was moved to the Raw brand in the new year, but after a win against Charlie Haas on 4 January he disappeared from television.[56]

Developmental territories (2007–2009)[edit]

After moving to Kentucky, Galloway made his debut in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) on 26 September with a win over fellow FWA Academy alumnus Paul Burchill. He soon changed his name to Drew McIntyre and teamed with Burchill to take on The Major Brothers (Brian and Brett) in a losing effort. In October, McIntyre found a new partner in Stu Sanders forming a tag team called The Brit Pack. Still they failed to defeat The Major Brothers, both in a tag team match and a Four Corners tag team match elimination match. The Brit Pack picked up their first victory on 31 October TV tapings over Dirty Money and Scott Cardinal. The win propelled McIntyre to gain an OVW Television Championship match against Colt Cabana.[57] In 2008, Mcintyre gained momentum with a winning streak that built towards a non-title match against OVW Heavyweight Champion Evan Bourne which McIntyre won by disqualification, after interference. His final match in OVW was on 29 February with a win over Scott Cardinal.[58]

After moving to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), Galloway reformed The Brit Pack with Stu Sanders, now going under the name of The Empire. In April they took on The Puerto Rican Nightmares (Eric Pérez and Eddie Colón) who won the match and a shot at the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship.[59] Once The Nightmares won the titles, The Empire received two consecutive chances to win the belts and became Tag Team Champions on 6 May.[60] Their first title defence was against McIntyre's old rival Sheamus O'Shaunessy but his partner 'Sterling' Jack Gabriel' accidentally hit them and The Empire capitalised to retain their titles.[59] The Empire lost the championship on 17 July to Joe Hennig and Gabe Tuft.[60] On 16 August, The Empire imploded when McIntyre faced Sanders in a singles match which ended in a double count-out and their rematch at the end of September ended in a time limit draw.

Galloway as Florida Heavyweight Champion.

On 7 October, McIntyre was entered into a contest for the FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship and defeated Tuft to make it into the final but lost to Eric Escobar (the former Eric Peréz). McIntyre closed out the year with an unsuccessful attempt to gain the Heavyweight Championship in a Four Way match but Escobar won the title from O'Shaunessy.[61]

Going into 2009, McIntyre entered into a rivalry with Joe Hennig but their first match in February ended in a double count-out. McIntyre interfered in Hennig's match the following week, costing him the match. On 26 February Hennig defeated McIntyre[62] and went on that night to win the Florida Heavyweight Championship from Escobar. Their feud ended abruptly when Hennig vacated the title after an injury causing McIntyre to be elevated into title contendership, beating Escobar for the vacant championship on 19 March. McIntyre regularly defended the title until 11 June, when Tyler Reks (the former Gabe Tuft) won the belt in his second attempt.[61] Later that month McIntyre failed to win a 14 Man Battle Royal for a chance to regain his gold. On 25 June McIntyre was set to team with O'Shaunessy against the returning Hennig and DJ Gabriel (the aforementioned Jack Gabriel) but when neither team would work together, a Four-Way was booked, which O'Shaunessy won. McIntyre and O'Shaunessy both failed to win back the Florida Heavyweight Championship in mid-July from Reks. McIntyre received a singles opportunity the next day with the same result.[62]

The Chosen One (2009–2010)[edit]

McIntyre in a match against Finlay.

On 28 August 2009, McIntyre returned to the SmackDown brand, disregarding his previous time on WWE television, and established himself as a villain by attacking R-Truth as he entered the ring, using his new double underhook DDT finishing move, the Scot Drop (soon renamed the Future Shock).[63] McIntyre continued to attack Truth over the following weeks, claiming to be on the show to wrestle not to party like Truth.[64] On 18 September, while Charlie Haas was waiting to face R-Truth, McIntyre came to the ring to explain that Truth had been injured backstage, and then attacked Haas.[65] On 25 September, WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon introduced McIntyre as a "future World Champion" that he had personally signed, after which Truth made a return attack against McIntyre.[66] The following week McIntyre continued to crash parties by making a speech at the Decade of SmackDown celebration until Truth put him through a table and the anniversary cake.[67] This all led to McIntyre's first proper match since his return at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV). At the event, McIntyre defeated Truth in under five minutes again using his DDT finisher.[68][69]

McIntyre faced Truth once more in a singles match and won by countout to represent SmackDown at Bragging Rights[70] but the episode before the PPV the entire team, captains aside, was replaced leaving McIntyre omitted from the event.[71][72] McIntyre briefly feuded with Finlay in the same manner as Truth with matches not starting properly[73][74] until McIntyre won their final meeting in under two minutes.[75] At Survivor Series, McIntyre had a place on The Miz's team for the traditional Survivor Series Elimination match. McIntyre, The Miz and his former rival Sheamus (previously Sheamus O'Shaunessy) were the surviving members on their winning team; McIntyre eliminated Evan Bourne and Matt Hardy.[76]

McIntyre as the Intercontinental Champion in December 2009.

Being the only SmackDown superstar to survive against Team Morrison, McIntyre faced and defeated John Morrison a few weeks later,[77] putting him in line for Morrison's Intercontinental Championship at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs. Days before the event, Morrison mocked McIntyre's Scottish heritage by dressing as a Braveheart-inspired William Wallace,[78] but at TLC, McIntyre managed to pin Morrison after a thumb to the eye to win the Intercontinental Title, his first championship in WWE.[79] He retained the title against Morrison and later against Kane using underhanded tactics.[80][81] His televised undefeated record ended in a Money in the Bank qualifying match against Kane on 26 February episode of SmackDown,[82] but Mr McMahon forced General Manager Teddy Long to expunge the loss. The same thing happened again with Matt Hardy[83] before McIntyre finally qualified for the Ladder match by pinning an unsigned wrestler.[84] His winning record was decisively ended by The Undertaker on 19 March[85] and he also failed to win the Money in the Bank match at WrestleMania XXVI, his first WrestleMania appearance.[86] In weeks after this, McIntyre continuously attacked Matt Hardy until he was stripped of his title on 7 May by Long and suspended for the purposes of the storyline;[87] McMahon decreed he be reinstated as champion the following week, undermining Long's authority which developed tension between McIntyre and Long.[88] As a result McIntyre faced Kofi Kingston – who had won a tournament to determine the new champion – at Over the Limit, and lost the championship.[89] McIntyre, however, still used his relationship with McMahon to bully Teddy Long, publicly humiliating and forcing Long to lay down for him for their match.[90] At Fatal 4-Way, McIntyre faced Kingston in a rematch for the Intercontinental Championship. During the match, Long took over as the referee but he refused to make the three count when McIntyre had the match won. A vengeful Matt Hardy then attacked McIntyre, leading to Kingston winning the match and retaining the championship.[91]

On the 21 June episode of Raw, the Nexus faction attacked McMahon which removed him from television for a prolonged period and ended McIntyre's preferential treatment.[92] After losing to Matt Hardy on 25 June edition of SmackDown, Long informed McIntyre that his work visa had expired and that he would be deported back to Scotland immediately.[93] This storyline had a basis in reality, since Galloway's visa had indeed expired and as a result he was taken off television.[94] He returned two weeks later and was re–instated after being made to beg Long and qualified for the eponymous match at the Money in the Bank pay–per–view by defeating Kofi Kingston.[95] McIntyre then continued his rivalry with Matt Hardy and Hardy's friend Christian. At the same time, "Dashing" Cody Rhodes also took umbrage with Matt Hardy and Christian, leading to an alliance being formed. On 19 September at Night of Champions, McIntyre and Rhodes captured the WWE Tag Team Championship in a five-team Tag Team Turmoil match as the last entrants. This allowed them to appear on both brands.[96] McIntyre and Rhodes then successfully defended their titles twice against the Hart Dynasty.[97][98] At the Bragging Rights pay-per-view on 24 October, McIntyre and Rhodes lost the championship to The Nexus (John Cena and David Otunga) and dissolved their team.[99]

Brand switches and 3MB (2011–2014)[edit]

3MB in 2013.

In early 2011, McIntyre was part of a brief storyline with Kelly Kelly. Though Kelly was a popular character, McIntyre tried to woo her despite his villainous behavior. She refused to date him, due to his anger problems which were shown during his matches against Trent Barretta. In February, He participated in the SmackDown Elimination Chamber match for the World Heavyweight Championship but was eliminated by Kane. After being continually spurned by Kelly, McIntyre teamed with Vickie Guerrero in a losing effort against Kelly and Edge on the 22 February episode of SmackDown.

On 26 April, Drew McIntyre was drafted to the Raw brand as part of the 2011 Supplemental Draft and made his debut for the brand in a losing effort to Kofi Kingston.[100] McIntyre featured very rarely on Raw and was confined to dark matches and WWE Superstars. On the 15 December episode of Superstars, McIntyre finally won a match by defeating Justin Gabriel which earned him a contract with SmackDown.[101] He switched to the SmackDown brand on 30 December and resumed his tense relationship with General Manager Theodore Long. Long put pressure on McIntyre to win matches to justify his contract and McIntyre subsequently began an eight match losing streak going into the new year,[102] after the last of which, Long fired McIntyre within the storyline.[103] A week later, McIntyre was reinstated by guest general manager John Laurinaitis, where he finally ended his losing streak by defeating Hornswoggle.[104] He was subsequently included on Laurinaitis' team in the 12-man Tag Team match at WrestleMania XXVIII, helping to earn Laurinaitis control of both the Raw and SmackDown brands. During the match, Drew McIntyre injured his shoulder. He returned on the 10 May episode of Superstars defeating Ezekiel Jackson. Since returning his fortunes had relatively stayed the same. He continued to lose most matches and was confined to Superstars and house shows, however he was able to make several appearances on Raw and SmackDown, but most of them were squash matches against the likes of Brodus Clay. When WWE rebranded its developmental territory, FCW, into NXT Wrestling,[105] McIntyre was inserted into the Gold Rush Tournament to crown the inaugural NXT Champion, where lost to Seth Rollins in the quarter-finals on the 1 August episode of NXT.[106] McIntyre also participated in a number one contender fatal four-way elimination match on the 7 November episode of NXT, but was eliminated by Bo Dallas.[107]

3MB in 2014.

On the 21 September episode of SmackDown, McIntyre and Jinder Mahal interfered in a match between Heath Slater and Brodus Clay by attacking Clay, aligning themselves with Slater.[108] The trio became known as the Three Man Band, later shortened to 3MB.[109] Due to a wrist injury, McIntyre managed Slater and Mahal in tag matches.[110][111] McIntyre returned to the ring from injury on the 7 December episode of SmackDown when 3MB defeated the team of The Usos and Brodus Clay.[112] At TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, after being guests on MizTV and harassing the Spanish announce team, 3MB challenged The Miz and Alberto Del Rio to find a partner for a six-man tag team match for later that night. Miz would announce their partner to be the Brooklyn Brawler, and would go on to defeat 3MB.[113] The next night on Raw, 3MB were defeated by The Miz and Del Rio again, this time with Tommy Dreamer as their partner.[114] On the 31 December episode of Raw, McIntyre and Slater challenged Team Hell No (Daniel Bryan and Kane) for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a losing effort.[115] McIntyre and Slater also competed in the first round of the NXT Tag Team Championship tournament to crown the inaugural champions, but were defeated by Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey on the 23 January episode of NXT.[116]

On the 12 April episode of SmackDown, in an attempt to make a name for themselves, 3MB tried to attack Triple H, but were attacked themselves by The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns). On the 15 April episode of Raw, 3MB called out The Shield, only for Brock Lesnar to come out instead and attack the group.[117] On the 29 April episode of Raw, 3MB attacked The Shield, but The Shield would quickly turn the tables on them. This resulted in Team Hell No chasing away The Shield, before attacking 3MB themselves.[118] Beginning in late 2013, 3MB began adopting new ring names against their opponents, although their misfortunes and amounting losses remained the same. At WrestleMania XXX, McIntyre competed in the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal but was eliminated by Mark Henry. 3MB then formed an alliance with Hornswoggle to feud with Los Matadores and El Torito.

On 12 June 2014, McIntyre was released from his WWE contract.[119]

American independent circuit (2014)[edit]

Following his WWE release, Galloway was confirmed to be appearing for Family Wrestling Entertainment in October 2014.[120]

Personal life[edit]

Having grown up in Prestwick, Ayrshire, Galloway studied at Prestwick Academy[121] and completed a criminology degree at Glasgow Caledonian University.[122] He is a supporter of football team Rangers F.C. and considered being a professional football player when he was younger. He played for many seasons at Prestwick Boys club, normally in defence before concentrating his sporting activities on wrestling.[123]

In July 2009, Galloway proposed to Taryn Terrell,[124] and reports of their intention to wed surfaced in January 2010 in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.[125] The couple married in Las Vegas in May 2010.[126][127][128] On 24 May 2011, Terrell announced that she and Galloway were divorcing.[128]

On 3 November 2012, Galloway's mother, Angela, passed away at the age of 51.[129]

In wrestling[edit]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

McIntyre as FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion.
  • British Championship Wrestling
    • BCW Heavyweight Championship (2 times)[9]
  • Insane Championship Wrestling
    • ICW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[2]

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