It’s become well-known over the past few years that Sheamus has been wrestling with Cervical Spinal Stenosis, the same injury that has ended a number of careers in the ring, including Edge’s back in 2011.
Sheamus has had his own fair share of injuries in the past, but it was believed that he was dealing well with the condition or he was until his latest injury which was reported to have been a concussion.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful recently reported that there was hope that Sheamus would be fit to fight at WrestleMania this year, despite recent issues but The Celtic Warrior hasn’t been seen on WWE TV since the SmackDown after the biggest show of the year.
Even though Sheamus’ recent concussion has been well documented, it appears that he has had a number of recent injuries that the company has been helping him to deal with.
“I had heard last year that there were a lot of people that were surprised that Sheamus could still wrestle as effectively as he could considering some of the injury issues and the pain that he had been in.”
“Honestly the thing I was told by one wrestler was that if he got through WrestleMania that would be really awesome. Not as if they were hoping that or the company was hoping that, but that wrestler personally was hoping that Sheamus could get through this WrestleMania and he did and that was about it.”
“No update yet, but man, with a bad neck and then you get a concussion on top of that, that’s not hot,” he said via Ringsidenews.
The Bar has now officially been split as part of The Superstar Shakeup, which means that Sheamus has nothing to pull him back to WWE TV at present and there is now growing concern that The Irish star’s most recent injury the WWE Universe may have seen him wrestle his last match on WWE TV.