Originally Posted by Brodus Clay
Sheamus as a heel he was more dominant
No he wasn't more dominant current Sheamus just obliterated inside and outside of the ring the guy that is supposed to be Cena new threat like nothing also has a wrestling fan what I get from that? that's the problem with Sheamus feuds they are directionless/worthless and lack plot it's just the fella enjoying himself, also dont blame PG we are in a streak of good Smackdowns and just this week RAW got great, PG doesn't ruin WWE but boring wrestlers like Sheamus? yes.
Incorrect, Sheamus feuds do not lack plot
vs John Cena: Telling Cena he wasn't the top guy anymore and that he was capable of taking his spot
vs Del Rio: Okay, I agree, that was just to give Sheamus' title reign more longetivity
vs The Miz: Same as D-Bry, had enough of his attitude and tried to put him in his place
vs Christian: Felt that his whining had gone on long enough and wanted to remind Christian he's a man and not a child
vs Orton: His win against Cena wasn't a fluke and he doesn't care who stands in his way
vs Daniel Bryan: Originally was going to challenge the WWE Champion but got fed up with Bryan's attitude and teach him a lession
vs Mark Henry: Henry isn't the unstoppable machine he thinks he is and is trying to put a stop to him, endorsed B A Star by mentioning Henry as a bully
vs Big Show: Wanted to be the better fighter and finally beat the WMD, also wanted to stand up for William Regal halfway through the feud
vs Damien Sandow: Trying to prove to Damien brains aren't everything and sometimes strength is needed
Out of all the feuds he's been involved with, only a set 2-3 haven't had pay off. The others ended prematurely which you can't blame really "blame" Sheamus for. Sheamus' character, at it's heart is a man who loves to fight and is a brawler. In case you hadn't noticed, a lot of these feuds are based on that, you know, they're character driven. Sheamus solves his problems with his fists and the problems of others that way.
Also, to people saying his character hasn't developed, look at how he started to how he is now. He still shows signs that he wants to be on top, that he wants to be the man(see feud with Big Show) but now that he's face, is using that drive and his strength for the fans, so that the top dogs and bullies of the business stop what they're doing and treat everyone fairly. Of course, he's a bit of a bully himself, but that's not his choice, its writing.
Just because you guys don't like him personally doesn't mean he's awful, for the most part, he's doing what all of you say Superstars need to do to get over and it works for him. He's currently one of the more over guys of the company.