The WW2 veteran has raised nearly £30m for the NHS’s battle against Covid-19 by walking 100 lengths of his garden to mark his 100th birthday on April 30.
It has seen honoured by fans, including a No.1 spot with his version of Liverpool chant You’ll Never Walk Alone.
And the near centurion has now been given a WWE title by heavyweight champion McIntyre.
The Scot won his first title at WrestleMania 36, defeating Brock Lesnar at the WWE Performance Center in Florida, USA.
But he wrote on Twitter: “As WWE Champion, it is my honour, on behalf of WWE, to celebrate the 100th birthday and extraordinary achievements of Captain Tom Moore with a personalised WWE title.
“Happy birthday, and thank you.”
McIntyre even shared snaps of the belt featuring the NHS logo with “Happy Birthday Captain Tom Moore” embossed.
And fans were delighted with the heavyweight champion’s gesture.
“This is the hero we wanted and needed,” one said.
Another commented: “This is wonderful and such a great thing to do as well.”
While a third added: “Class, Drew – keep up the good work.”
A fourth loved the additional touches, with: “Those side plates are fantastic.”
With a fifth simply writing: “You utter legend.”
Captain Moore challenged himself to walk 100 lengths of his 25m garden before his 100th birthday, which he achieved on April 16th.
And the WWII veteran was honoured last week with a Pride of Britain award.
Carol Vorderman told the hero on Good Morning Britain: "Tom, you've raised a quite frankly ridiculous amount of money, you have inspired everyone, young and old alike, and you've given us all something to smile about in these difficult times.
"And the other thing I love is that you've shown us all that being a bit older doesn't mean you have to be weak or vulnerable.
"You are the embodiment of what it means to be a Pride of Britain winner."
You can donate to Captain Moore’s JustGiving page.