RAW superstar Drew McIntyre has said that the talent needs to make the most of opportunities in WWE, in an interview with Jim Ross.
Speaking on 'The Ross Report', the Scotsman said that wrestlers shouldn't simply blame creative.
He said: "Don’t sit there with a boo-boo face, you figure out the story and you tell the story cause there’s a lot of people waiting in NXT to take your spot if you’re not willing to step up on Raw.”
McIntyre returned to WWE last year after a 3-year absence, and talked about being nervous talking to Vince McMahon when he first joined the company in 2007.
"I was a kid, I felt like a kid. Now as I say, I went away, I became a businessman. I built my business and WWE brought my business," he said.
"I want to be successful in my business and in turn make WWE successful. How do I that if I don’t build a relationship with the people in charge?