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  1. #11
    Sheamus always looked out of place to me since he became a Face. I know that quite a few people on here like him that way, but I find it far easier to hate him.
    Hey.. I'm not telling you anything that you don't already know.

    #TeamDevs

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by seano View Post
    The problem with Sheamus is that he's not a good face. When he had his face-turn, it came across as forced and unnatural. He was either trying too hard, or pushed by management to try too hard. Either way, the fans notice these things. The problem now is when he eventually returns, he will receive a pop and have the interest of the fans for a few weeks, until his comodity fades again.

    I think the best thing to do (aside from having him turn heel again) is to play an anti-hero. Stop pandering to the fans, and start just wrecking people. Everyone from heels to faces. That will come across as far more natural, and I think the fans will appreciate it more. The role of anti-hero was designed for someone like Sheamus. .

    100% agree

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    With WWE well known for being stereotypical i still can't believe he hasn't been portrayed as a fighting drunk.

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