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HE IS a star attraction at some of the world's biggest sporting events and one of the best known TV entertainers in America. Performing in packed arenas to millions of fans around the globe - many of whom will be wearing his T-shirts and playing with his action figures - Drew McIntyre admits he finds it hard to believe that just 10 years ago he was making his wrestling debut as a scrawny teenager in Ayrshire. The Scot is one of the top stars in the glitzy world of WWE wrestling. After starting out as a 15-year-old and slogging his way to the top via a series of dingy gigs all over the UK, he has celebrated his 10th anniversary as a wrestler in fine style with a big homecoming show in Glasgow. Drew, 26, from Prestwick, made his WWE debut four years ago and was hailed as the future of the sport by wrestling chief executive Vince McMahon. He has won one of their biggest titles, the Intercontinental Belt, and has his sights set on the world championship and a place in the hall of fame. But he said his greatest achievement is being able to come back and do his thing for a Scottish crowd. He says it is the only place in the world that matches the excitement of the big US arenas. Drew said: "I never get nervous before a show but I get nervous when we come to Scotland. "It's just awesome and a real dream come true for me to have made it in the WWE and then come back to Scotland to see the fans. "It's unbelievable, my favourite show of the year. The only other thing that is like it is Wrestlemania, the fans are amazing. "It blows my mind to be here, meeting my friends and family who supported me all those years ago, and to be here for a WWE show where this is my job. "It's only when I come home to Scotland and see where it all started that I can sit down and take it all in. "All I ever remember as a young boy was people telling me it was an American thing and just an unrealistic fantasy. "It's a fantasy to want to play for Rangers or Celtic, which was about 30 minutes from me, but when I said I wanted to join WWE, they said it was like wanting to fly to the moon without a spaceship. "At a lot of the early shows, there were a hundred-or-so people there. "But it's all a bit different now."
Drew's gig at the Braehead Arena this week was a sign of just how popular he and the consistently successful wres