Drew McIntyre recently spoke with News 18 Sports out of India during a media conference call to promote the WWE Money In The Bank 2019 pay-per-view as well as this year's WWE European Tour. Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview.
On not viewing himself as a heel: "I don’t really see myself as one. I think I have always got a point. Everybody else doesn’t necessarily agree with it.
"It is 2019 – I don’t really care whether I am looked as the bad guy or the good guy. The crowd are booing or cheering, as long as they are making noise, I don’t care. I stand by with conviction with what I am saying."
On if he wants to have a high-profile match with A.J. Styles: "Absolutely! I have never had a match with A.J. Styles. When I went to Impact Wrestling, he had just left. In the independent scene, we were trying to set up the match but that never quite happened. So, we just kept missing each other. When I came back to RAW, he was on SmackDown Live.
"Now, we are finally on the same show. When I first started wrestling, like 18 years ago, it was guys like A.J., Christopher Daniels, Samoa Joe, Loki who were the new generation of wrestlers with different styles, trying to get the attention. I am very much looking forward to that (battle)."
Check out the complete Drew McIntyre interview at News18.com.