Rangers-daft WWE superstar Drew McIntyre continued his war of words with Celtic hero Chris Sutton last night.

The Ayrshire-born wrestler had cut a glitzy promotional video for BT Sport ahead of last night's Europa League crunch tie between Gers and Slavia Prague in the last-16. The grappler had used the phrase 'can you see us now?' referencing Gers' taunts over their Hoops rivals after winning the league this season.

And Sutton couldn't help but bite back with a sarcastic quip after Rangers were knocked out of the competition 3-1 on aggregate after a 2-0 loss at home. The retired striker said: "Good run in Europe for Rangers... but I can't see you anymore @DMcIntyreWWE". It had come after outspoken Sutton aimed a pop at the Scot initially, saying: "Deary me one decent season in a decade and they are all out in force. Bit embarrassing from little @DMcIntyreWWE in his speedos".

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McIntyre, who grew up a Gers fan and even sent the club a branded WWE title after their Premiership win, shared a photo saying: "See you soon 'big man'", with a South Park reference to 'drinking Sutton's tears'. But later in the evening the wrestler then posted another photo.

Gers striker Kemar Roofe was sent off six minutes after coming off the bench after clattering into Slavia Prague goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar. His studs were up and caught the stopper in the face. But McIntyre photo shopped his face onto Roofe's and Sutton's onto Kolar's and warned: "Claymore on sight when I see you", referencing his finisher move inside the squared-circle.

We told how last night's action ended on a horrible note after Gers midfielder Glen Kamara was allegedly subjected to racist abuse. The player shouted 'racist, racist' at Ondrej Kudela after the Slavia defender approached him during the match.

Manager Steven Gerrard insisted he'd back his player 100 percent. He said: "I have a very, very strong relationship with Glen Kamara. Glen Kamara to me is one of my own, like the majority, all in that dressing room.

“I 100 per cent believe what he is saying in terms of the accusation. Other players around him heard it so I will stand toe to toe with Glen Kamara and I’ll deal with this however Glen wants to deal with it.

“I am proud of all my players, tonight showing solidarity and from the top of this club to the bottom we stand with the players. This situation is over to UEFA now. I just hope it doesn’t get brushed under the carpet.

“I feel angry. It’s difficult to describe how I feel now because I know Glen and I trust him 100 per cent. It’s extremely disappointing. There is too much of it happening around football.

“The Slavia player has caused this and he has also caused a situation like this to escalate even further because straight away you get the fans joining in and the racism grows and grows. Something needs to happen quickly. That is above me. But 100 per cent I stand beside Glen Kamara, whatever happens going forward.

“There was a lot of commotion around which we tried to defuse and this will be dealt with by UEFA. UEFA will take this upon them I’m sure they will speak to both players and we will let other people deal with it.

“All I can confirm is that my player tells me he was racially abused. It tried to call Glen over during the game, he didn’t come over. I was going to ask him did he want to leave the pitch and I would have backed him whatever his decision was, but the payers stayed on the pitch. That was their decision and the game came to a conclusion.

“This will be taken out of my hands now and dealt with by UEFA. I just hope with all my heart that people deal with it because that situation was not normal. If I wanted to say something to you on a football pitch why do I need to cover my mouth and go to the ear. The game’s done in terms of the result at the time, we have nine men they are 2-0 up there is absolutely no need for it.”

Slavia Prague, meanwhile, defended their player and instead insisted there had been NO racist abuse directed at Kamara. They also claim Kudela was PUNCHED by the Light Blues man and that they needed a police escort out of the stadium.