Brogue Kick; Cloverleaf; Irish Curse Backbreaker; White Noise
With a red-hot temper that matches his fiery head of hair, Sheamus never backs down from a fight and has never been in one he didn’t think he could win. Hailing from Dublin, the ginger-headed juggernaut brings to the ring a ferocious offensive style that harkens to his noble and heroic Celtic ancestors. Whether by upbringing or by birthright, this modern-day Irish warrior was fated for combat.
And what's a warrior without spoils from his many conquests? Sheamus can lay claim to being a four-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion, the 2010 King of the Ring, a two-time United States Champion, the winner of the 2012 Royal Rumble Match — an honor which paved the way for him to defeat Daniel Bryan in 18 seconds at WrestleMania to win the World Heavyweight Title — and the winner of the 2015 Money in the Bank contract. He's even found success as a tag team competitor, joining forces with Cesaro to win the tandem titles in dominant fashion on both Raw and SmackDown and proving why "[They] don't just set the bar; [they] are The Bar!"
Then, after an extended absence, Sheamus began appearing in some backstage vignettes and critiquing SmackDown's current crop of Superstars. Upon making his return, he immediately targeted Shorty G and Jeff Hardy and turned his attention to conquering the blue brand. He'll have similar aspirations on the red brand after being selected by Raw during the 2020 WWE Draft.
Regardless of whether he’s wearing a title, Sheamus is always looking for a fight. The list of Superstars who’ve been pummeled by his boot is long and reputable. John Cena. Randy Orton. Big Show. Daniel Bryan. Triple H. Not a scrub among them, although The Celtic Warrior has a tendency to make them look like it. Better clear the way, fella, or you could be next.