The WWE goes on tour starting on May 14th in Glasgow, Scotland. RAW on May 19th and SD on May 23rd will be in the O2 Arena in London. The tour ends on Saturday May 24th in Berlin. The RAW on May 26th will be in Knoxville, TN. To me it would seem like a good idea to turn Sheamus heel at the 5-19 show in London.- The big heel turn for Sheamus could end up happening during WWE's upcoming European tour or right after it. Officials didn't want him turning heel right before the tour and then lose momentum by getting cheered so early in his heel run.
Surely it would be best to turn him heel after the European tour. I can't imagine what he'd have to do to get booed on European soil.
if this happens please wwe, PLEASE dont have him suddenly turn into a chickenshit
"Everyone back to my trailer for pot pies and mountain dew" - Kevin Nash
Sheamus heel turn is done by..... Brogue Kicking Bryan in the face in some sort of tag match
Yeah I could see him randomly turning on DB to start a title feud there. They already have a past history with Sheamus beating DB in 18 seconds at wrestlemania so they can play that up. Plus this will still feel fresh and different since the roles are reversed. Sheamus is far better as a heel. I think him as a face seems kind of forced. I mean he's ok as a face but if I have to hear one more story about growing up in Ireland as a wee lad I'm going to throw myself through a wall. Those promos were terrible. I will say though that he has won me over a lot since he first burst onto the scene. I HATED him and thought he was terrible during the first year or so he was around but after that I stopped wanting to change the channel when he would show up. Same thing happened with Cody Rhodes. Despised him when he first showed up but love him now...well he's been stuck with goldie for a few months too long now but he's going back to a heel any day now and going on his own so I'm sure the love will return.
At this rate it will be Daniel Bryan/Big E and Cena v the entire WWE roster at this rate with the face/heel balance
I'm a Sheamus fan but I don't see what a heel turn is really going to do for him? the guys he hasnt feuded with yet are all heels, Batista/Lesnar/Wyatt, turning him heel is going to put him against Cena (2009/10), Bryan (2011/12) and the Shield (2013).
Credit to *Tripsi*
Batista is "apparently leaving" after Extreme Rules, Wyatt I feel will move on to somebody else post-Extreme Rules... perhaps they'll continue the Cena/Wyatt feud until Payback? (Something like Cena's payback to get his fans back?) Lesnar isn't here until Summerslam, Cesaro isn't heel nor is he face.
Sheamus turning heel then going after Bryan seems most logical at this point, I mean I'm all for it. Pretty much loved him as a heel back in the day, I say back in the day as if it was years ago.
Then again 2009/2010 is years ago.
Sheamus could use something to spark himself. Maybe if he was more serious as a face he'd be better? I don't know. I never got tired of the heel Sheamus so a return to that would be fine with me.
I'm beginning to suspect that Braymond Wyatt will be fighting for the title at Summerslam probably against DB. Bray has probably the hottest angle going right now and I can't see him going back down the ladder to do battle with the likes of Zach Ryder no matter how his feud with Cena wraps up. UNLESS of course they finally have Cena go heel and have his rematch with Daniel and cheats to win. Braymond can then turn face and chase Cena heading into wrestlemania...maybe not.
It's definitely needed. He's grown rather stale.
I've been wanting a Bryan vs heel Sheamus feud for the belts so I hope that's what they are planning to go with this. It makes sense since he is buddies with HHH. I would've rathered they had done this match for Extreme Rules over Kane but alas.
All credit goes to surrender!
Freshly-heeled Sheamus (Triple H's workout buddy) vs. Bryan ... oooooh, boy, here comes the paranoia again!
*someone says "Wait and see."*
*DC kills a member of the Waitansee Tribe*
(This is all sarcasm, by the way.)
Anyway. Sheamus needs something. The best time to turn him heel is now when he can be worked into a major storyline involving Triple H and play off of the smarks' knowledge of his association with Hunter behind the scenes. That adds to his heat from the smarks, while simply being associated with Hunter on-camera will get him necessary heat from the casuals. Overall, WWE will be able to (in theory) capitalize on this and get Sheamus back on the path to relevancy.
If this doesn't go anywhere for him, though, I'm not sure what his next move will end up being career-wise. That's the problem when you push someone like him to "the top" too soon. We just have to wait and see how it all plays out.
*DC kills a member of the Waitansee Tribe*
Sheamus definitely needs a heel turn. He is stale and isn't likable.
A heel turn and feud with Daniel Bryan makes sense. Sheamus can give the crowd shit for cheering someone who lost in 18 seconds instead of giving him (Sheamus) his dues.
Kota Ibushi is all of us.In an interview with Proresu-today.com, Kota Ibushi was asked when he first had the idea to become a pro wrestler.
Ibushi answered that in 5th grade he wanted to be Son-Goku of Dragon Ball, but of course that was impossible. When he then saw pro wrestling for the first time he thought “This is the real Dragon Ball.”
I'd love it. I'd love to see Evolution drop Batista and add Sheamus and set up a Sheamus/Bryan feud for the strap.
Ah Screw it
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