Ever since Sheamus made his triumphant return to WWE RAW last week after missing eight months of in-ring action, the fans have subjected him for looking heavier than usual which Sheamus also addressed, with the banter continued by the social media king himself on RAW last night, Drew McIntyre.

As The Scottish Warrior pondered over his recent setbacks, he was interrupted by his longtime friend, Sheamus. The Celtic Warrior approached McIntyre with a tone of genuine concern, admitting that his own ego and animosity towards CM Punk had led to his quick loss of the World Heavyweight title at WrestleMania 40.

However, McIntyre’s response was unexpected. Instead of heeding Sheamus’s advice, he chose to redirect his attention to his friend’s subsequent social media fat-shaming shenanigans. McIntyre brought up the fat-shaming comments made by a segment of fans, highlighting the negative discourse surrounding Sheamus’s physical transformation since his comeback to RAW.

Moreover, the highlight of the night was Drew’s epic line stating that ever since Sheamus came back, it had been only “Burger after Burger Burger after Burger Burger after Burger” that gained massive attention online. Sheamus decided to capitalize on the same by taking to his X to announce that he would like to label himself the ‘Burger King’ following his participation and ultimate triumph in the upcoming King of the Ring Tournament.


“When i win KOTR for a 2nd time, i want to be called…”

Alongside Sheamus, Drew McIntyre and GUNTHER have also declared themselves for the tournament, set to take place at the name-sake PLE in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia next month. With Sheamus looking to be a two-time winner and christening himself as the ‘Burger King’ it could turn out to be a new direction for The Celtic Warrior altogether.

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