Sheamus has admitted that his in-ring WWE future is uncertain


One of the true stalwarts of WWE's 'PG Era' isn't sure where his immediate future lies, despite being still under contract to the company.

Sheamus has been a main-stay on the main roster for over 10 years now, where he began on the ECW roster, and in his first six months he became the WWE Champion.

If you look at his resumè, Sheamus has pretty much done it all in the company.

A four-time world champion, two-time United States Champion, five-time Tag Team Champion, a Royal Rumble winner, King of the Ring winner, and Mr. Money In The Bank - it's easy to see why the Irishman is a future first-ballot Hall of Famer.

But he's not been seen in some time on television, specifically since the SmackDown after WrestleMania, with reports stating he suffered a concussion during a six-man tag match during that episode.

But it isn't just the concussion that has troubled him recently, as his neck has been a bit of a problem for a while.

Spinal stenosis was the diagnosis that Sheamus was given, but he was able to work through it for a long time, but the neck doesn't hold up forever, as the likes of Edge and Paige have found.

Sheamus hasn't been seen in the ring since April 9

Whilst on a promotional tour for WWE in the Philippines recently, Sheamus was asked by the International Business Times about his future - and he was very non-committal.

“I don’t know what the story is with my future. I have no idea, I honestly don’t," admitted Sheamus, per Cageside Seats.

"I just know that I like have some time off ... I’ve been watching WWE, I follow the product as much as I can. I do miss it.

"I do miss being in the ring but I’m keeping myself busy, and keeping myself productive.”

Sheamus is still a big name, which is why he's sent around the world to promote the brand, but there must be a reason as to why WWE aren't using him currently.

The Irishman wants to also further his acting career in the future, whether he would take further time away from the ring for that remains to be seen but what all WWE fans want is for Sheamus to be fit and healthy in the long run, and not to do himself any unneeded harm.

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