WWE’s The Sheamus Effect

WWE superstar Sheamus, pictured during a WWE WrestleMania 28 press conference in 2012, is a very good ambassador for the company.
WWE superstar Sheamus, pictured during a WWE WrestleMania 28 press conference in 2012, is a very good ambassador for the company.
(Photo By Jim Varsallone)

Famous Sheamus

He played rugby in college

He can sing

He doesn’t play well with TV talks show hosts including Conan O’Brien

He worked for IT companies

He helped elevate Daniel Bryan’s career


WWE superstar Sheamus is not only an accomplished talent in the ring, but he is a very good ambassador for the company, whether it’s here or abroad, including his native Ireland.

After Sheamus spent time talking with a girl in a wheelchair, helping brighten her day, I had the opportunity to speak with the Celtic Warrior briefly during the WWE Performance Center opening last year in Orlando.

More than just mass muscle, the 6-4, 267-pound wrestler is multifaceted, intelligent and gives back to the community. Furthermore, the 36-year-old standout appreciates the fans and really enjoys being a sports entertainer in WWE.

YouTube video with Sheamus

Jim Varsallone (the jimmyv3 channel)




• WWE’s biggest show of the year, WrestleMania, the Super Bowl of pro wrestling/sports entertainment, celebrates its 30th anniversary on Sunday, April 6 from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

Visit http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/

• The WWE Network debuts Monday, Feb. 24 after Monday Night Raw.

Visit http://www.wwe.com/wwenetwork

• Twitter @WWESheamus

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