Former WWE Champion Sheamus has found himself having quite the career resurgence in recent years, with him becoming one of the most valuable wrestlers on the roster since the pandemic era.
Sheamus recently put on a classic with Gunther in Cardiff at Clash at the Castle, which ended with Sheamus receiving a massive round of applause from the crowd in Cardiff, which many took as a sign that he could be winding down soon.
Sheamus recently spoke to Inside The Ropes, where he was asked about how much longer he would be wrestling, noting that Sheamus missed the majority of 2019 with a career threatening neck injury, which he returned from in 2020.
“As long as people get excited to see the Celtic Warrior go out there, I’ll just keep going as long as possible. I feel like I have got at least another 8 years in me.”
Sheamus’ stablemates Butch and Ridge Holland earned the right to challenge the Usos for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship on the September 23 episode of SmackDown.
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