Former WWE Champion and current WWE United States Champion Sheamus has had a great career in the company, winning multiple championships during his time in the company. 

A couple of weeks ago on an episode of Monday Night RAW, Sheamus squared off against Humberto Carrillo in a singles match. During the match, Carrillo went for a forearm strike that busted Sheamus’ nose open. Sheamus suffered a broken nose and still finished the match despite the pain.

Sheamus would have surgery for his gruesome injury. On this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, Sheamus was seen with a mask to protect his face. He didn’t compete in a match and so fans have been wondering how long Sheamus will be out of in-ring action.

While speaking on Vibe and Wrestling, Sheamus talked about his injury and provided an update on his status. Sheamus revealed he suffered multiple fractures but nothing will stop him from getting back in the ring.


“I’ve been doing okay, I’m getting better. 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.”

Sheamus certainly has been a great WWE United States Champion since winning the title back at WrestleMania 37. We will have to wait and see when the Celtic Warrior will be able to make his return to the ring.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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