Sutton trolls WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre

Chris Sutton has tonight been up to his old tricks again of winding up those who follow the Ibrox club. The newest addition of Sutty’s trolling on Twitter is directed at WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre, after the wrestler gave his reaction to the new appointment to the Ibrox hotseat.

McIntyre is one of the very few high profile fans of theRangers courageous enough to come out publicly and support them, despite the obvious caveats that come with their support. Sutton has trolled this particular fan of the blue half of Glasgow in the past, with this latest instalment one of a few he has had in an ongoing exchange between the two over football in Scotland.

Chris Sutton of Celtic celebrates after scoring during the Scottish Cup third round match between Celtic and Rangers at Celtic Park on 9 January, 2005. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

The big Englishman is always obliging to any of the dark side of Glasgow who want to take a shot at him or in general talk nonsense as regards the situation involving the big two in Scottish football. He’s always on top form Sutton and when Drew posted a video of himself tonight discussing the recent debacle at the club he supports, Sutton was more than willing to make a mockery of the wrestler and his team.

McIntyre said in the video he is looking forward to the new man being in charge, although he doesn’t sound too optimistic or enthusiastic in the video. When asked by the interviewer if he thought the Ibrox entity would win *56 #2, he said: “Oh yeah, of course”, but with a distinctively worried expression on his face. Don’t tell porkies, Drew son!

Sutton responded to this by insisting that there was ‘pure fear’ exuding from the big WWE star, and that he isn’t convinced at all which direction his club are heading. He ended with a barbed dig at the recently departed Slippy G, stating that “once a Ranger always a Ranger, until you are a Villian.” Top stuff from the big man in calling out the fluff and propaganda from the other side of the city. They all know big Ange has got them running for the hills and he’s only at the beginning of this rebuild.

The weeks and months ahead should be interesting to watch as they unfold in front of us.

Bring it on!

Paul Gillespie

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I'm a Garngad Bhoy through and through. My first ever Celtic game was a friendly against Italian side Parma at Celtic Park, in 2002. Currently a student of English Literature and Education at the University of Strathclyde for my sins. Favourite game would be a toss up between beating Manchester United with that Naka freekick, or the game against the Oldco when Hesselink scored in the dying seconds. I'm still convinced Cal Mac is wasted playing that far back.

1 Comment

  1. Rob O’Keeffe on

    Considering McIntyre takes part in a make believe ‘sport’,it’s no wonder that he thinks you can win 55 leagues in 9 years.Even Charlie Green admits they are a new club/company but guys like Andrew and his fellow knuckle draggers can continue to live in their fantasy world….I don’t really care,the truth is out there….