Drew McIntyre roasts ‘Stinky’ Seth Rollins after Becky Lynch jibe proves to be ‘embarrassingly ineffective’

Drew McIntyre and Seth Rollins are embroiled in a war of words days before they face off against each other at WrestleMania 40. The Scottish Warrior took a jab at his opponent on Twitter, sparking a humorous back-and-forth exchange.

Earlier this week, McIntyre confronted CM Punk in a WWE RAW segment, exchanging insults. Rollins soon joined, taking a dig at Punk’s injury, leading to Punk agreeing to commentate on their WrestleMania segment.

Drew McIntyre and Seth Rollins lock horns in heated online beef

The online feud started with Mcintyre sharing an excerpt from Becky Lynch’s new book. He shared an image where we see a signed copy from The Man. In his tweet, he mentioned that Seth Rollins should get someone to do the replies for him. This was a dig at some infamous insults done by Rollins over the years.

Rollins soon replied, suggesting that The Scottish Nightmare should refrain from involving his wife in their conversations. However, McIntyre found this attempt highly ineffective, urging him to ‘try harder’ next time.

McIntyre then launched into another rant, labeling his opponent as ‘Stinky Seth’. This reference was made to Diarrhoea Dwayne, mentioned by Rollins in a previous encounter with The Rock. McIntyre also criticized the level of insults made by Rollins, describing them as cutting-edge.

Seth Rollins to defend WWE title against Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 40

Seth Rollins will look to defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Drew McIntyre at the upcoming WrestleMania. The feuds are just building up the contest for the standout event in Philadelphia.

The Architect became the inaugural winner of the championship at WrestleMania, defeating Logan Paul for the title. Meanwhile, McIntyre claimed his opportunity to face Rollins after winning the Elimination Chamber match on SmackDown.

McIntyre notably secured the WWE Championship during the pandemic. Now, the Scottish star seeks glory in front of a packed audience and has made his intentions clear: to take the belt from Rollins.

Seth Rollins will also appear in a tag-team match that pits The Bloodlines against Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso. Drew McIntyre has not made interventions in Rollins’ matters recently, but that can change in the wrestling world at any time.


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