Please indulge me a bit as I must speak about the ongoing, committed cycle the WWE is running around – trying to please its fans without getting anywhere. I think that happens to be the definition of idiocy, but I would not want to accuse Vince McMahon and his cronies of such a title.
WWE superstar Sheamus talks with Brian Fritz about the upcoming WWE 2K15 video game, his fun feud with Cesaro from the panel earlier in the day, being cursed by Fritz, his past year coming back from injury, being the U.S. Champion, getting back on track, possibly turning heel, going back to Ireland recently and more.
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It looks like another WWE superstar could land in a mega-hit that has nerd alert written all over it. Yes, Sheamus may be playing the role of Darth Vader in the upcoming Star Wars Episode 7 which is currently slated to hit theaters on December 18, 2015. Wow. Today’s edition of the Irish Daily Mirror has an article theorizing that the Celtic Warrior could be playing the Lord Sith...
The WWE creative behind Sheamus' ascent to the top of World Wrestling Entertainment has been rather arrogant, to say the least. It wasn't always this way, however.
You take a look at Sheamus and you would think he would be able to handle himself in a fight. According to a report, that isn’t the case.
The Wrestling Observer is reporting in their weekly newsletter that Sheamus got into an altercation with Sin Cara. The report states that the Mexican superstar got the better end of the fight.
Sheamus responded to the report last night on Twitter...
I’ve got some good news and bad news for Sheamus fans. The good news is that Sheamus won the WWE United States champion. The bad news is that Sheamus is the new U.S. champion. How this turns out is anyone’s guess.
WWE Main Event
April 1, 2014
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For the first time in a few years questions surrounding The Undertaker’s WWE WrestleMania match appeared answered. Brock Lesnar was locked and ready to go. However, new reports suggest that the Dead Man may not wind up wrestling the former UFC champ after all.