The Celtic Warrior Sheamus made a long-awaited return to in-ring competition on Monday Night RAW this week after months of being on the sidelines due to shoulder injury sustained in his last bout before going on hiatus. The former WWE champion’s return was met with a warm reception from fans in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

In his return match, The Great White faced off against Ivar in a hard-hitting showdown. Despite his time away, Sheamus displayed his trademark skills and resilience, ultimately securing the victory over the Viking Raider with devastating Brogue Kick.

However, on his long road to recovery that took eight months off his career, Sheamus took to his Instagram to drop a photo, looking to be from one of those rehab sessions. But surprisingly, he made a revelation in the same post that during his recovery process two months ago, the medical experts had told him his days inside the squared circle were going to be over.

But Sheamus concluded his statement by expressing gratitude for a team of doctors, trainers, and physiotherapists who helped him get cleared and return to the sport he had immense love for.


“The road back to the ring is slow, rough and unimaginally painful. 2 months ago i thought i was hanging up my boots for good but a lot of doctors, trainers and physios helped get me cleared to do what i love.. fight. #thisiswhatwedo

As The Celtic Warrior re-enters the WWE fold, fans are eager to see how he will be booked in the coming weeks with numerous exciting feuds and matchups on the horizon for hard-hitting and physically dominant Sheamus.

What are your thoughts on learning about the severity of Sheamus’ injury that could have marked the end of his WWE career? Sound off in the comments!

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