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Drew McIntyre’s Hilarious Reaction to Chad Gable’s ‘Resurrection’ at Money in the Bank

One big thing: Drew McIntyre humorously acknowledges Chad Gable’s appearance at Money in the Bank after a kayfabe ‘death’

Drew McIntyre, set to compete in the Money in the Bank ladder match, expressed mock surprise at seeing Chad Gable in Toronto. This comes after Gable was seemingly ‘killed off’ in a storyline attack by The Wyatt Sicks on a recent episode of Monday Night Raw.

Key details:

• McIntyre shared a viral video of footballer Ian Wright meeting a teacher he thought had died, comparing it to seeing Gable
• Gable was ‘attacked’ by The Wyatt Sicks on June 17, leaving him with a bloody mark that fans jokingly referred to as a ‘gunshot wound’
• Despite the ‘attack’, Gable qualified for the Money in the Bank match by defeating Braun Strowman and Bronson Reed

Why it matters:

This playful interaction highlights the often tongue-in-cheek nature of wrestling storylines and how quickly narratives can shift. It also demonstrates the camaraderie between wrestlers and their ability to engage fans through social media.

The bigger picture:

• The Money in the Bank ladder match will feature McIntyre, Gable, JeyUso, Andrade, Carmelo Hayes, and LA Knight
• This event marks a significant opportunity for these wrestlers to potentially secure a future world championship match

What they’re saying:

McIntyre tweeted: “I’ve just seen @WWEGable rock up in Toronto 🤯”

The bottom line:

McIntyre’s humorous tweet not only entertains fans but also builds anticipation for the upcoming Money in the Bank event. It showcases the blend of in-ring storytelling and social media engagement that’s become integral to modern professional wrestling.

What do you think about Chad Gable’s miraculous ‘recovery’ and chance at the Money in the Bank briefcase? Leave a comment below with your predictions for the match!

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