DREW MCINTYRE made history by defeating Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 36 to become the first British WWE Champion.
The Scottish Terminator survived a series of Beast Incarnate F-5s to upset the odds and win the gold.
The 34-year-old Ayr-born player finally fulfilled his destiny and Vince McMahon’s prediction as “The Chosen One” after a short but brutal match with the former UFC king.
McIntyre was on the back foot of the opening bell when Lesnar started hitting him early.
He ate German suplexes and two F-5s, but managed to evict.
The champion then struck a third F-5 and seemed certain of winning only so that the Scot could deport again.
Paul Heyman shouted encouragement to his man Lesnar from the ring, saying, “He’s good, he’s really good, hit him again!” Keep doing it all night! He cannot continue kicking. “
Lesnar looked like he was having fun now picking up the challenger on the mat.
But suddenly McIntyre exploded in life and hit a Claymore Kick.
He then landed another as the Beast began to tip over and finally landed a third.
McIntyre went to get the pin and the injured beast no longer had a fight to evict as the party started north of the border.
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He concludes a phenomenal journey for McIntyre and his roller coaster career.
He was released from WWE in June 2014 and even watched WrestleMania 31 at a nightclub in Glasgow.
But after rebuilding his reputation on the independent scene, he returned to WWE in 2017 as part of their NXT brand before returning to the main list a year later.