Now that we know Sheamus will be sidelined for nearly half the year with a torn labrum that requires surgery, how is the WWE going to handle one of its major faces being on the mend for that long? They may actually rejoice in the fact The Big White is healing from an injury he sustained at Money in the Bank.
The Undertaker is back! The Dead Man returned to WWE action making a rare house show appearance in Waco, Texas on Saturday night quelling any doubt about whether or not The Undertaker will wrestle at WrestleMania 29.
The very first WWE Wrestler of the Week was victorious on both Raw and SmackDown, while also making appearances after the shows were over. He is scheduled for a championship match at this Sunday’s TLC pay-per-view.
2012 has been the year of Sheamus. The WWE entered the year with a focus on rebuilding Sheamus and pushing him as the number-two star in the WWE behind John Cena. One year later the focus could be much different entering 2013.