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Sheamus Discusses Drew McIntyre Facing Goldberg & Wanting To Be Intercontinental Champion

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Sheamus has had a very impressive few months lately, and he joined WWE’s The Bump to discuss that and his goals for the year.

The Celtic Warrior has been a huge part of WWE Raw’s product lately, putting on some brilliant, hard-hitting matches and he admitted he’s enjoying what he’s doing at the moment.


“I’m enjoying my wrestling at the moment. I’m enjoying having some good bangers with older talent and newer talent that come up from NXT,” Sheamus mentioned as he began his interview. “I’m just getting in there and slugging it out and seeing what they’re made of. We’re definitely in a transitional phase with all these new Superstars coming up, who are cutting their teeth as well. I’m just having fun, you know?”

Sheamus has been heavily involved in Drew McIntyre’s storyline as of late, with the two men showing their friendship on-screen. McIntyre is set to face Goldberg at the WWE Royal Rumble, and he spoke about that match, admitting it’s a chance for Drew to cement his legacy.

“I know a lot of people – they read the stuff online, and you read the stuff on Twitter and all that – and it seems like a lot of people are angry about it,” he stated. “I know some who think Bill Goldberg doesn’t deserve an opportunity against Drew. But Goldberg definitely made an impression back in WCW when he first came out. I mean, he brought this new element, you know, destroying people in a short amount of time, and the streak. He’s also a multi-time world champion, and he does keep himself in great shape.

“I don’t think this is going to be a bad match for Drew. I think it’s another opportunity for Drew to cement his legacy by going in against people like Goldberg and ultimately beating them. Maybe, he can go in there and take him out pretty fast. It’ll be interesting to see.”

While Drew is busy as WWE Champion, Sheamus made it clear he only has one title in mind at the moment, and that is currently being held by Bobby Lashley.

“I want to get a major title on my waist again. I want to get the IC title,” he replied right away. “The IC title is still the number one priority for me. That’s all I care about right now.

“I’d also like to keep working with new and current talents. I would like to go back in with John Morrison. We had some great matches and a great feud at the end of 2010. People don’t really know how good he is. He’s just an unbelievable athlete and has gotten better in time. I just want to keep going forward and have more banger matches. I just want to cement my legacy, if you know what I mean?” (H/T to WrestlingInc.com for the transcriptions)

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Bad Bunny Makes His In-Ring Debut At WWE WrestleMania 37

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Bad Bunny got to make his in-ring WWE debut at WWE WrestleMania 37, and the musician didn’t disappoint with his in-ring work.

Bad Bunny put in a fantastic effort, creating one of the greatest celebrity performances in WWE WrestleMania history. From hitting a crossbody to the outside, a falcon’s arrow, or a Canadian destroyer outside of the ring, Bad Bunny more than proved his in-ring ability in this impressive match.


Bad Bunny was able to score the victory in this one as well, wrapping up an amazing WWE WrestleMania debut.

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New WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Crowned At WWE WrestleMania 37

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Omos made his in-ring debut at WWE WrestleMania 37, and he did so in an impressive manner as new WWE Raw Tag Team Champions were crowned.

The New Day dominated the match, for the most part, isolating AJ Styles throughout. However, when Omos was finally able to tag in, the bodyguard of AJ impressed on his in-ring debut, dominating both Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods.


Omos picked up the victory for his team after barely being hurt by The New Day. Plus, he added insult to injury, Omos would pin Kingston by simply putting his foot on him to make the pinfall.

Follow along with our live coverage of WWE WrestleMania 37 – HERE.

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Women’s Tag Team Championship Match Set For WWE WrestleMania 37

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The Women’s Tag Team Championship match for WWE WrestleMania 37 Night Two is now official following the tag team turmoil match.

Natalya and Tamina Snuka have earned the right to challenge Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler after winning the tag team turmoil match on Night One of WWE WrestleMania 37.


The turmoil match started with Billie Kay and Carmella taking on Lana and Naomi, with the brand new team managing to take out the TikTok stars.

From there, The Riott Squad entered the match, as they put on an impressive performance eliminating both Kay and Carmella as well as Dana Brooke & Mandy Rose. However, they ultimately fell short to Tamina and Natalya, who will now compete again tomorrow night for the Women’s Tag Team Championships.

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