“I don’t think I could have written it better. I’m just glad to represent the Irish. For such a small country for me to do that, I’m lovin’ it. I wouldn’t change a thing.”
The schedule is intense – tapings of Raw followed by several WWE live appearances throughout the country each week – which doesn’t leave much time for Sheamus to visit his home base in St. Augustine, Florida. But he is looking forward to finally making it home to Ireland next month, as the WWE has shows set for Dublin and Belfast.
“I can’t wait. My only regret is that I’m not bringing the WWE championship home with me, but if bring a win over Triple H, that’ll be great,” Sheamus said.
“Wrestlemania is going to be my biggest encounter yet, so if you’re Irish and you’ve got that pay-per-view service order it now because you’re not going to want to miss it. History is going to be made when this fella from the small country of Ireland topples one of the biggest names ever in sports entertainment!”
For more information on the four-hour live Wrestlemania event, which starts at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 28, visit www.wrestlemania.com, or check with your cable provider for ordering.