Drew McIntyre was shown on “WWE Chronicle” having to end a visit to Scotland early out of fear of his match at WrestleMania being jeopardized due to a travel ban.
McIntyre’s “Chronicle” on WWE Network dropped today which shows Drew going to Scotland to visit places from his childhood, as well as shoot footage with BT Sport.
Unfortunately, the WWE star learns on March 12 that WrestleMania is in trouble due to the coronavirus pandemic. He’s then shown reacting to the news at a planned video shoot when the WWE producer asks him to explain the situation.
“I’m pissed off,” Drew says. “Things are getting all screwed up with the current climate going on right now in the world. There’s a travel ban in all of Europe, except the UK, but I guess there’s a chance the UK could be added. So they need to get me back to America. God knows what this means for WrestleMania.”
On March 14, President Trump did indeed extend the travel ban to the UK.
“A lot of emotions, but number one I’m just really pissed off. Just my luck. Finally get a title shot. WrestleMania in jeopardy,” McIntyre went on to add. “This will be on a list of things Drew McIntyre overcame in his life. It’s 6:30 in the morning, I’ve not slept, feeling pretty annoyed. Concerned.”
After returning home, Drew McIntyre is later shown on a video chat with the producer Joey Maloney explaining that while in Scotland he woke up at 3am and had a text message from WWE saying they had to pull him from the trip.
The full documentary also shows Drew’s reaction to WrestleMania moving to the Performance Center, as well as how he felt days after when the event brought on new meaning for him.