He has one of the worst, goofiest, most fucked up appearances any wrestler has ever had, to a point where taking him seriously as a WWE superstar is impossible regardless of his size, he's terrible on the mic, he adds nothing, and much like Batista, if it wasn't for Triple H, he never would've gotten even a slight break. I'm not gonna shit on the Superman gimmick because if it wasn't him, it would just be somebody else. That's never going away and it's not a problem he exclusively creates, so he, as a talent is not responsible for that. He was terrible as a heel too. But having such a bad talent consistently win IS irritating beyond belief.
Also, most over in the company? LOL, please. He squashed Bryan in 18 seconds and the guy who got humiliated was the one who the fans accepted, he got shit on. He doesn't get anywhere near the pops that Cena gets, Orton is more over than him, Punk is more over than him, Bryan is more over than him. Even RyBack is on pace to catch up with him within a number of months.
The one thing I'll say in his defense is that unlike Cena, Orton, Hogan, Batista, Nash, Warrior, and generally most other top level guys, unlike those people, who are all pricks, Sheamus appears to be a genuinely nice, likeable person when he's NOT on WWE television as a character. But as a character, just awful.
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Because he is only in his current position because he works out with HHH. He adds nothing to the company he sounds dull and is involved in the most boring feuds in existence. He has managed to devaluate the title and his current superhuman like booking is a joke, I doubt even Cena could beat him at the moment... He can nearly work a match as he gets gassed 5 mins in and has to be carried by superior talents.
Not to mention he's not even near being the most over guy in the company and is one of the most awkward wrestling guys on the roster. Put him in the ring with Sin Cara and the space-time will fold in itself.
Yes he is the most over in the WWE, have you heard the pops he gets?
You mean the pops that aren't nearly as loud as Cena's?
Originally Posted by Alleluia
Since when are you the authority on who is the best wrestler in the world? Where's YOUR credibility?
Such a weak comeback. He goes and explains all the things that he feels Daniel Bryan ads to the company and this is your response.
Daniel Bryan is one of the best wrestlers in the world though, the best I've ever seen wrestle live. Where's my credibility? I've been watching wrestling my entire life. I don't just watch WWE. I've seen great matches from all over the world and in front of crowds ranging from 70 people to 80,000 people. I think I know what a good match is since I've seen so many in so many different situations. Daniel Bryan is one of the few guys that I've seen adapt to the indy wrestling style as both a heel and a face and the mainstream WWE style as both a heel and a face. I've never seen an opponent that he has been unable to have a good match with. I'm also struggling to think of a single bad match that he's been in that lasted more than 5 minutes.
On the topic of Sheamus though I think a lot of his hate comes from the fact that he's just beating everyone. The biggest problem that everyone has with him is that he beat Daniel Bryan at Mania in 18 seconds. That was probably the worst thing that WWE could have done to him in terms of keeping the hardcore fans on his side. I don't hate him as much as a lot of other people on here but his mega push is getting tedious. He does have a lot of good matches and he has a really likeable character. I'm fine with him being a top face at the moment. He just needs to start having great matches instead of just good ones. He's had a few matches that were really something special but for the most part they're lacking a little something when he gets the time to work a big match on PPV. He's not someone I want to see as the face of the company but I don't really mind that he's the face of Smackdown. He's the typical main eventer that we should expect to see in the WWE now.