McIntyre is a self-confessed Rangers fan and says the revival of his team has piqued the interest of soccer fans stateside again – even if they use all the wrong phrases.
After winning his own world title on Monday going in to Sunday’s Survivor Series event on WWE network, the 6’5” wrestler from Ayr reckons more titles are on the way – but for his team.
He told The Scotsman: “There will be no ten in a row. Every so often a team will get to nine - no-one gets ten, that’s the rule.
"This season Rangers are back at a level competing and this is an exciting year - for Rangers fans, but also Scottish football.
“I’ve been over in America a long time and when people talk about Scottish football all they know is Rangers and Celtic – not Partick Thistle or Motherwell – so it is important they get back competitive. That’s what will keep it healthy and not turning into the Irish league.
“Americans don’t have the football terminology and it annoys me - but I don’t care so long as they’re talking about Scottish football. They’re doing that again now.”
McIntyre regained his organisation’s top prize on Monday while sending support to Steve Clarke and Scotland during his match.
And he’s eyeing up more success. He added: “Rangers win the league, Scotland at the Euros and me keeping this belt - yessir that’d do!”