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Drew McIntyre special entrance scrapped from WWE WrestleMania 38

The entrance was scrapped because WWE "couldn't plan it in enough time."

A special entrance that was planned for Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 38 night one on Saturday ended up being scrapped.

A group of "kilted warriors" were at WrestleMania Saturday last night to be part of McIntyre's entrance for his match against Happy Corbin, but an actor who was going to be one of the kilted warriors noted that the special entrance was scrapped because WWE couldn't plan it in enough time.

"We were goin to be apart of Drew McIntyre’s entrance but they couldn’t plan it in enough time," Sean Stark tweeted. "So they had to scrap it."

Stark also wrote: "I was bummed about not being able to perform tonight. But @WWE was so accommodating. Got to meet so many amazing people. But meeting @RheaRipley_WWE was by far the highlight. Such an amazing women and such a talent. She was so kind. Thank you and hope to meet you again."

Mike Wilson, who was also going to be part of the entrance, posted a picture of the kilted warriors on Instagram:

McIntyre defeated Corbin in the second match of the night at WrestleMania Saturday. During the match, McIntyre became the first person to kick out of Corbin's End of Days.