Sheamus reveals his new WrestleMania dream opponent; Talks his new look, not getting credit
Source: Delaware Online
Sheamus recently answered fan questions for Delaware Online to promote tonight's WWE live event at the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, DE. Below are some highlights:
What inspired him to return to his aggressive side:
"Yeah, I got bored. I got tired of waiting. It's more frustration than anything. I work as hard as anybody ? any Dolph Ziggler or Daniel Bryan. I'm just as talented, if not more talented.
"Because of my size, I can do so many more things. I've never been given credit for what I can do and how I can do it and how I move and how hard I work. And I've been overlooked because certain groups of the audience have put a black stamp on me. I've got this stigma attached to me because of rumors that weren't even true.
"So, I'm not going to sit there and take it anymore. I'm just going to fight back. I'm going to take it out on all their little heroes or their so-called "under achievers" or their little fan favorites. I'm going to take it out on them because I can't take it out on the audience, so I'm going to take it out on the next best thing ? their idols. And I'm having so much fun doing it."
His dream opponent:
"Right now, it's Brock Lesnar. I want Brock Lesnar. Simple as that. Brock Lesnar to me is a man who shows up now and again, and obviously considers himself the toughest man in WWE. And I consider myself the toughest guy in WWE.
"I've been saying for a long time that I want a crack at Brock Lesnar. I wanted a crack at Undertaker before, but that streak is gone now and the opportunity is gone. I'm looking at today's toughest streak. I want Brock Lesnar. And I want him at Wrestlemania."
His new look:
"I love my new look. I believe it's a warrior-esque look. Before I step through the curtain, I look in the mirror and I know I'm ready for battle."
Sheamus also discussed if he enjoys being a "bad guy," his favorite wrestlers growing up, Dolph Ziggler, his favorite match growin up and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.