Sheamus doesn’t take wrestling for granted.
Sheamus has been a veteran in WWE for a long time. He made his debut in 2009 and has been there ever since. He is a grandslam champion and continues to put on banger after banger on a weekly basis. Speaking with CBSSports’ Shakiel Mahjouri on SHAK Wrestling, Sheamus recalled how, once he came back from injury, he started approaching his career differently. He realized that he had more to prove, and he also wanted to deliver great matches every time he stepped into the ring. Sheamus went on to described how he tries to treat every match as if it’s WrestleMania because any bout could potentially be his final match.
I knew I had more to prove, and I came back and [thought] what have I got to lose? I thought my career was gonna be over and I got a second chance. Every time I get in that ring, it’s a blessing. It’s an opportunity to show everybody what I can do because that literally could be my last time in the ring. I don’t wanna go out that way, I don’t wanna go out in a way where it’s something lackluster. So my mentality is to treat every match as possible, given the time and given the segment and given where it is, but try and make every match you do like a WrestleMania moment or a WrestleMania match. I can’t go out there and half-ass anything. It’s just not in my DNA. I wanna go out there and put on banger after banger after banger. I wanna raise everybody,– Sheamus via SHAK Wrestling
Sheamus is currently leading his team into WarGames this Saturday against Roman Reigns and the Bloodline.
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