Drew McIntyre Announces His Mother Died; ECW Original Appearing In Texas This Weekend

- Drew McIntyre wrote in a long post on Twitter that his mother passed away on Saturday, November 3, 2012. You can read his post at this link. McIntyre has been off the road to deal with the tragedy. (Thanks to WNW reader Patrick Peralta for sending this in.)

- Jerry Lynn is scheduled to work Metroplex Wrestling's show on Saturday in Bedford, Texas. Wrestling News World writer Matt Andrews sent in the following show details:

What: Metroplex Wrestling: Past, Present, & Future
Where: Metroflex Gym Midcities - 1820 Reliance Parkway, Bedford, TX
When: Saturday, November 10th, Doors Open at 7:30, Bell time is at 8:00pm.

How Much: $8 for adults, $5 for kids, Save $2 if you bring your own chair!

  • Patrick Peralta

    prayers and condolences to Drew and his family

  • The Breaker

    I am glad Drew was able to get off the road and be with his mother during her last days. My prayers and sympathy go out to him and his family.

  • Fernando

    RIP Mrs Galloway. Condolences to Drew and the rest of the Galloways.

  • Ellen

    Heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the Galloway Family.


    Condolences to Drew and his family.

  • Longtalltex

    That was a great tribute that Drew wrote. Shows that these gents have character and feelings outside of the square circle. Condolences to the whole family.

  • Milton

    You and you family are in my prayers, Drew

  • Lacey McIlysh

    Forever in our hearts and thoughts Mrs Galloway. May God grant comfort to Drew and his clan. This is a sad time for him and his clansmen.

  • Planetmother

    Moms never die, they just fade away… Drew, u Rock…best wishes…we keep u in our toughts and prayers

  • proud

    It’s cheaper if you bring your own chair? Is that because people are less likely to wanna get extreme if its something they own?

    On a serious note, my heart goes out to Drew, I hope he is able to honour his mother ‘s memory in ways that make him happy and bring the best out in him

  • DOC

    I'm sorry you lost your Mum so early!! Seems some people burn so bright in life that they have a shorter stay!! My Mom was only 69 when we lost her 17 years ago, but like your Mum did more with her 69 years then most world have done with 300 years!! Sounds as though you were very fortunate to have her here for as long as you did!! Hope you and your family find your peace and serenity, and do what your Mum wanted you to do, do not mourn her death celebrate her life!!