WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre Signs With Paradigm (EXCLUSIVE)

Drew McIntyre has signed with Paradigm for representation in all areas, Variety has learned exclusively. He continues to be represented by attorney Brad Small at Fox Rothschild

McIntyre (whose real name is Andrew Galloway) is the latest WWE star to sign with Paradigm, joining the likes of Tiffany Stratton, Damian Priest, and C.M. Punk. Hopefully, McIntyre and Punk don’t end up in the agency offices at the same time, given that they are currently involved in a heated feud that has seen Punk cost McIntyre the WWE world heavyweight championship on multiple occasions.

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McIntyre is a two-time WWE Champion and a one-time holder of the world heavyweight championship, the latter albeit for around five minutes thanks to Punk and Priest. He won the WWE championship for the first time when he defeated Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 36 in 2020. He has also held the company’s intercontinental championship, the NXT championship, and the tag team championship with both Cody Rhodes and Dolph Ziggler.

Most recently, McIntyre won the coveted Money in the Bank briefcase at the WWE premium live event of the same name, which guarantees him another championship match at a time of his choosing. McIntyre also recently headlined the “Clash at the Castle” live event for the second time, this time in his native Scotland. When he headlined the first “Clash at the Castle” in 2022 in Wales, it marked WWE’s first UK stadium show in over 30 years and injected over £21.8 million into the Welsh economy, per government impact studies.

McIntyre is also breaking into the world of acting. He will make his feature film debut in the Lionsgate actioner “The Killer’s Game” alongside WWE alum Dave Bautista as well as Sofia Boutella, Pom Klementieff, and Ben Kingsley. The film, which is directed by JJ Perry, will bow on Sept. 13.

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