Famous Hollywood actor David Krumholtz tipped as Drew McIntyre impersonator on RAW
The Miz and John Morrison did promise to have Goldberg on their show, but Gillberg made for a more fun viewing. It was great to see him have a good time inside the ring and entertain the fans considering he had recently recovered from a heart attack.
Krumholtz (we are just going to assume here that it was him), played a character based on an error made by WWE producer Adam Pearce.
Pearce called McIntyre “Drew McInfart” in November 2020 in a backstage interview. And, this was the name used for the segment.
Rumoured WWE RAW guest David Krumholtz is a famous TV actor
Krumholtz is no stranger to anyone who is an avid Tv watcher. Chances that you already know who he is; and if not that, you’ve definitely seen some of the stuff he has been in.
The 42-year-old American actor has featured in award-winning movies such as The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Superbad, The Harold & Kumar series, and both the Santa Clause movies.
He is, perhaps, most famous for his role on the show Numb3rs and Freaks &Geeks. There is no 100% confirmation if the man on RAW was indeed Krumholtz.
However, his likeness, as well as Morrison referring to McInfart as the New Jersey version of McIntyre leads us to believe it is Krumholtz, who was born and bred in New York himself.
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