Sheamus Talks About His WWE Title Win & More

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WWE Champion Sheamus was interviewed in-character this week by IrishCentral.com and spoke in-depth about his big win last weekend at WWE‘s TLC PPV, Saturday’s Tribute to the Troops special and more. Some highlights:

His WWE Title win: “I came here to make a statement, to be the top wrestler in the world. That was the goal, and the goal has been achieved.”

The Response from His WWE Title Win: “My family stayed up until 3 a.m. watching the show. They are in their element. I’m getting response from people I haven’t heard from in years.”

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His Tables Match With John Cena: “I’m pretty beaten up. t was pretty crazy. There were a lot of tables used, rafters used. I’m a bit battered but it doesn’t really matter. The fact that I’m the first Irish WWE champion – that overwhelms everything.”

Saturday’s Tribute To The Troops show: “It’s a big show on NBC. I have a lot of respect for the troops. I know there are a lot of Irish Americans who go to war and I’ve met a lot of them. To put your life on hold to go and serve your country, well, no matter what, you’ve got to have a lot of respect for that.”

You can read the full interview at IrishCentral.com