Will Drax Meet His End in Avengers Infinity War?

Will Drax Meet His End in Avengers Infinity War?

CelebNMovies247.com just got word that the 6-time WWE champion Dave Batista may be seeing his fatal end as Drax The Destroyer in Avengers Infinity War. As of now, the news of Drax meeting his end is still just a rumor at this point, but who knows.

Fans of the MCU may be losing one of their most beloved Guardians of The Galaxy characters, Drax, played by Dave Batista. Read on…

Will Drax Meet His End in Avengers Infinity War?

A new report surfaced in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter claiming that Dave Batista will be heading back to the WWE.

We don’t see a reason for Dave Batista to go back to wrestling since he crossed over to acting. Unless he’s become board with the process of film making and NEEDS that thrill the WWE gave him.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports:

“Dave Bautista, who turns 49 next month, is very serious about going back for a relatively lengthy (six months to a year) final full-time run. He doesn’t need to do it but it appears it’s something he wants to do. He’s doing well in Hollywood but the problem is if you sign with WWE, they own your contract and if something comes along, the company wanting him will have to negotiate with WWE, which makes the deal more difficult. As far as doing a thing like Goldberg or Lesnar where he works a few dates as a big attraction, that makes all the sense in the world, but he’s talking a more regular schedule. The last time he was in WWE, he noted how much more he enjoyed doing house shows than television, so that may play into it, but he didn’t work a full house show schedule.”

The report is speculative and there is no confirmation if the report on Dave Bautista going back to the WWE is accurate.


Unfortunately, like everyone else we will have to wait until we receive word, or until the film hits the big screen. We have heard that some characters will more than likely not make it for another battle, but our guess is Iron Man, Vison and maybe a few others.

We’ll have to wait and see if report from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter is correct when Avengers: Infinity War arrives in theaters on May 4.