WWE superstar Drew McIntyre teases massive forbidden door match

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The idea of the forbidden door in wrestling has become very popular in the 2020s. Heck, All Elite Wrestling created an entire pay-per-view with New Japan Wrestling centered around this very premise. Now, it appears that World Wrestling Entertainment is getting in on the fun.

TNA Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace was a surprise entrance in the 2024 women's Royal Rumble and it would not be her last time appearing under the WWE banner as a champion on TNA. Grace showed up to NXT on Tuesday night to confront Roxanne Perez and will make multiple appearances for WWE.

This further grows the relationship with TNA as many wrestling fans wonder what kind of "forbidden door" crossovers will continue to happen between the two companies. Both WWE and TNA have a special chance to give fans something special, and it appears that one of the hottest acts in wrestling, Drew McIntyre, wants to get in on the fun as well.

Drew McIntyre teases TNA match as working relationship with WWE grows

Drew McIntyre may not be A.J. Styles, but he definitely had a great run in TNA in between his two WWE runs. McIntyre had to hit the independent wrestling scene to recoup his value and becoming a world champion with TNA was certainly part of this equation.

Whether or not McIntyre is being serious or if he is up to his usual social media trolling is unclear. One thing is for certain, though: there is not a single wrestling fan who wouldn't sign up to see McIntyre work with his former company in some capacity.

Just imagine if McIntyre is willing to win the World Heavyweight Championship and then goes on for a champion vs. champion match against Moose. That would be a monumental moment in WWE history and would show every other wrestling company that WWE is willing to give another company a rub if it makes sense for both parties.

Or, WWE could even use this working relationship with TNA to continue one of its hottest stories. If McIntyre is unable to win the World Heavyweight Championship it will probably be because of CM Punk. Perhaps McIntyre then looks to go win the TNA World Championship as a way to get away from Punk, only for Punk to follow him and cost him yet another chance at gold.

There are many ways that WWE can go about this and there are plenty of other creative routes the company can take in its working relationship with TNA. McIntyre probably isn't the only wrestler on the roster who is interested in doing something with the company.