It is not difficult to understand how important it is also in the world of wrestling to create bonds that then carry with you throughout your life. One of these special bonds that were created thanks to the common love for the discipline is certainly that between the two Irishmen Sheamus and Becky Lynch.
The two have never denied that they are very close and outside the company we have also often seen them training together, just go to YouTube, specifically on Sheamus's channel which is called Celtic Warrior Workouts, to find some very funny videos.
Sheamus opens up on Becky Lynch
Interviewed on the website ViBe & Wrestling, the Celtic warrior (Sheamus) made some statements regarding the work done by The Man to get to where he is now, also underlining how much he misses her.
“Becky Lynch is like a sister to me. She went there and she created herself, she wasn't on the radar. She went there and razed everything to the ground and she made herself relevant and despite the booking, she did like the cream that is always on top, this is exactly what happened to her.
She went there and did it herself, she did what she believed in and surely we miss her, she is a superstar, she is out there with the best of the past, of the future and people love her because what you see is what she is.
you have. She is a very honest person and a hard worker and she does not hesitate to say what is on her mind. People miss everything about her, lack her charisma and her presence”. In conclusion, he talks about the possible return of The Man who has not been in the ring after becoming a mother for more than a year: "I don't know when he will come back and I won't ask him, it's none of my business, neither that nor his plans for future, but I think that as we get closer to live events with fans we would love to see her return.
I miss her, everyone misses her. I'm happy if she comes back. But it is a question that only you can answer." The Celtic Warrior recently sat down with Vibe and Wrestling and provided an update on his recovery. "I've been doing okay, I'm getting better," said Sheamus.
"There was a lot of damage done to the outside and inside. I cracked my septum and there were fractures and breaks on the outside. It was actually more painful getting the nose put back together than it was getting it broken.
It's just more annoying. But yeah, I'm on the mandate, nothing stops me. I've had multiple injuries. [I] tore my meniscus but I still got in the ring. I don't like to sit at home and I don't like to make excuses for not being out there when I can be."