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“That was sh*t” – Sheamus Is Upset About WWE Wasting His Momentum Coming Out Of Clash At The Castle

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SmackDown Superstar Sheamus recently spoke to the Daily Star, where he discussed his booking in WWE over the last year.

The Celtic Warrior noted that he gained a lot of momentum after his battle with Intercontinental Champion GUNTHER at Clash At The Castle last year, but WWE wasted it.

Below is what the former WWE Champion said:

“I’m not upset about [losing the match] at all. I felt it was great, it was just the type of character Sheamus is, all fists and elbows.

What I was upset about and what really bothered me was the creative after that. I came out of that with so much organic momentum, and it was just wasted. It didn’t go anywhere. It was a dead end, just like with WrestleMania.

Drew went away because he was injured, but I was ready to go and then just nothing. There were no avenues and nowhere to go and that’s frustrating. I did the War Games thing [after Clash at the Castle] but that was sh*t – that’s how I felt, though others might have felt differently.

I’m not much of a politician, to be honest with you. I just roll my sleeves up, get in there and get stuck in. The journey is just as important, that story of me trying to get my hands on the Title as it’s the one Title I haven’t got. It’s still a fresh story.

Even with Gunther and Drew’s match at SummerSlam, people are still mentioning me because it’s still my story. I’d definitely like to retire with [the Title], but that stuff is out of my control. I can just do what I can do.”

Sheamus will compete in the SummerSlam Battle Royal this Saturday. Before that, he will face LA Knight this Friday on SmackDown.

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