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Sheamus Wants To Become WWE’s 1st Ever Ultimate Grand Slam Champion

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• Sheamus Wants To Become WWE’s 1st Ever Ultimate Grand Slam Champion

During a recent appearance on WWE’s The Bump, Sheamus revealed that he wants to face Shinsuke Nakamura, because he wants to win the Intercontinental Championship next to become the ‘Ultimate Grand Slam Champion’ in WWE.

Below is what The Celtic Warrior said:

“One title away from becoming the first-ever Ultimate Grand Slam Champion. I know what you are probably thinking. You are thinking, ‘Edge did all that. Edge has won everything.’

But the truth of the matter is, it is just a bleeding sham. Because Edge won his United States Championship when it was WCW. So that is automatically disqualified. So I am now on the verge of something fantastic.

Shinsuke Nakamura is going to hide behind that Rick Boogs lad, he’s going to hide behind a little broken hand, a sore hand, some cuts on his hands, or pick an opponent like Sami Zayn, who let’s be honest does not look like he has had a shave in the last ten years.

I don’t care. I just want my opportunity at the Intercontinental Championship. I said it when I went to SmackDown, and then I got drafted to RAW and the Title stayed on SmackDown.

It’s been a year, I became US Champ. It was awesome. It was great. I had some banger match after banger match, and now I’m back on SmackDown.

That was the one thing that I was watching when the Draft was happening. I was watching where that Intercontinental title was going. Once it stayed, I was like all eyes on that SmackDown title.”

Below is a list of Sheamus’ accomplishments in the WWE so far:

– 3x WWE Champion

– 1x World Heavyweight Champion

– 3x United States Champion

– 4x RAW Tag Team Champion

– 1x SmackDown Tag Team Champion

– 2010 King Of The Ring Winner

– 2012 Royal Rumble Winner

– 2015 Money In The Bank Winner

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 23, 1989) – WWF MSG House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on January 23, 1989, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show at the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

This live event was televised on the MSG Network and featured Rod Trongard & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary.

Here are the results from that night:

Sam Houston vs. Danny Davis

Brutus Beefcake vs. Mr. Perfect

Tim Horner vs. Jose Estrada

Bret Hart vs. The Honky Tonk Man

The Rockers vs. The Brain Busters

Rick Rude vs. Hillbilly Jim

Hercules vs. Ted DiBiase

“The Outlaw” Ron Bass vs. Tito Santana

Hulk Hogan vs. The Big Boss Man

        
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