WWE superstar Drew McIntyre, who will challenge Damian Priest for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship as part of this Saturday’s WWE Clash at the Castle event at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, was inducted into the Scottish Wrestling Hall of Fame today, becoming the tenth name to be inducted after George Kidd, Andy Robin, Frank Cullen, Bill Ross, Drew McDonald, Chic Purvey, Jim McKenzie, Ian Campbell and Rusty Blair.

The induction, which took place at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland was organized by wrestling historian Bradley Craig, with the Lord Provost of Glasgow, Jacqueline McLaren presenting McIntyre with a plaque.

Taking to her official X (formerly Twitter) account, McLaren wrote, “Such an honour to present @WWEUK superstar @DMcIntyreWWE with a plaque that inducts him into the Wrestling Hall of Fame of Scotland. This annual event recognises achievement in a unique art form that combines sportsmanship, live performance & entertainment. Congrats Drew.”

McIntyre took part in an interview with The Herald in Scotland to discuss the induction and said that he is honored to be in the same Hall of Fame as some of the Scottish wrestling legends who came before him.

“There’s very few people in it and to read some of the names in there, they are genuine legends of Scottish wrestling and their contributions are incredible. So the fact I’m the first active wrestler to be inducted is incredible and to be inducted at Ibrox is blowing my freaking mind.”

WWE congratulated McIntyre on their official Instagram account on the induction, with McIntyre also sharing a post stating how proud he is to be from Scotland.