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Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

Let's face it, other then mcintyre, he easily has the best look in the wwe, he stands out and he looks like a cartoon character, so even though you guys will always hate on him you need to realise that his look alone will make him a goat

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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

uummh....A GOAT? Isn't that a contradiction in itself? Otherwise I think you're right. His look is unique but i doubt that that'll be enough to make him legend material; and who knows? The day Sheamus gets tired of working on his anti-tan, 'The Great White' will be history anyway.
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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

No No No.
He's not even the main guy on Smackdown aka the B show.
He won't be near the top 10, even the top 20 when he's gone.
He'll be pretty forgetable.

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He'll be remembered as a GOAT who was pushed down our throat.
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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

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Let's face it, other then mcintyre, he easily has the best look in the wwe, he stands out and he looks like a cartoon character, so even though you guys will always hate on him you need to realise that his look alone will make him a goat

face it
That is the most absurd thing I've ever read,

This is why the Wrestling section has become such a joke. There are opinions...and there is absolute rubbish. No one should be GOAT based on looks alone, especially if you look like a 'cartoon character'. His look is unique but it's not great in any way, I see you're in to cartoons...a lot. So I see how he would appeal to your childish mind. Understand this, those considered GOAT worked hard and made an impact, they didn't rise to GOAT status based on a look alone. I don't hate Sheamus, I hate the current incarnation of Sheamus. Sheamus has a place in the WWE, no doubt, but from what I've seen so far there's no way he could be considered one of the G-O-A-T.

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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

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That is the most absurd thing I've ever read,

This is why the Wrestling section has become such a joke.
I agree, but find that funny coming from somebody who has only been here 3 monrhs lol.

The OP is being a troll. Even Sheamus fans such as myself know that he will never be THE greatest of all time (How can more than one person be the Greatest of all Time at one thing?) but hopefully he can have a strong healthy career.

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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

His look is fucking horrible (along with the rest of him). This is 2012, not 1980. It's impossible to take anyone who looks like that seriously.

And this GOAT shit has got to stop. There's 1 GOAT, and it's Stone Cold Steve Austin. There can't be 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, or whoever you mark for that day because they did something funny, there's ONE. That's what it means, Greatest Of All Time. Not almost kinda sorta halfway among the greatest of all time.

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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

He has a lot to show and to learn, but from 2009 he improved a lot. It's hard to say because from the 90s even the mid 2000s the WWE is changed, I'm sure he would be remembered but not for the titles but for some feuds that will be shown in the future (I hope it so XD)
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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

Do you even know what GOAT is an abbreviation for? Greatest of all Time, there can only be one. Sheamus isn't even the best guy of the current era, which is one of the weakest eras in history.

The GOAT is and forever will be Stone GOAT Steve Austin, nobody will ever captivate the audience like him and McMahon did in 98-99, that was the single greatest period ever.
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Re: Sheamus will be a GOAT when he retires

Sheamus is a very good talent only way he will be remembered as an all time great will be if WWE continues to push him to the moon. He hasnt lost a match in forever and his feud with Del Rio has been garbage seeing how he has won every single match. Matches arent even amazing too, its like the Orton and Christian feud where Christian didnt win one single match dirty or clean and only won thag one match cuz he spit on Orton and Randy got DQ'd and he was destroyed after the match anyway.

Daniel Bryan is a more interesting character right now and has been, actusloy think DB was a better champ too. Hopefully Goatface becomes one of the Greatest of All Time.


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