Sheamus is a man who has been on the wrestling scene for a long time. We cannot forget his great performances and what he did for this sport. In an interview with The Five Count Radio Show, Sheamus spoke about his return after the pandemic and the influence of the crowd.
“It’s weird it feels like the ThunderDome, PC era has been a bit of a blur, but I’m excited, man,” Sheamus said, as quoted by wrestlinginc. “Looking at a live crowd, the adrenaline and energy you can pull from them is incredible and it’s just a lot of fun for us, you know? Like you said, it’s hard, but we made it work, but sometimes it’s hard when you’re in there with just a bunch of video screens around you, you know what I mean? You gotta bring intensity on your own, but like I said, again with this job, with my career in WWE, it’s been insane.
Who would have thought that I’d be wrestling in front of no people for a year and a half?”
Sheamus: His plans in the future
Wrestlers after many years in the WWE feel satiated and no longer want to do that job.
Sheamus is still seen in what he is currently doing, and seems just as motivated as he used to be. “This June 30 I celebrate 13 years in WWE and I feel like I have 13 years left in me to be honest,” he said. “I’m still having fun, mate, I’m still enjoying what I do, I still love being out in front of a live crowd and knocking the shite out of my opponents, but yeah, I’m having fun.
As long as I’m having fun, as long as I’m having fun doing what you want to do, mate, you want to go as long as you possibly can, you know? And that’s what I’m doing”.