United States Champion Sheamus has today resorted to using Social Media website Twitter to address the WWE Universe.
The Irishman was involved in an altercation yesterday with Luchador Sin Cara and early reports suggested the smaller man got the better of their interaction, much to many fans shock and it seems the former world champion has felt the need to lash out over Twitter following this.
He tweeted: "ALL dirt sheet heroes who dream they "got the better" of me away from cameras. Step up. Be men. In the ring most days. Try me fella."
Not only that but it seems some ill advised Internet reporters have been calling Sheamus British, as WWE sets itself up for their upcoming European tour they have predictably given three European superstars the titles and Sheamus isn't impressed that he has been referred to as a Brit.
He tweeted "For the record interwebbers. 3 BRITS don't hold @WWE titles. 2 Brits & 1 Irish fella OR 2 brunettes & 1 handsome ginger hold titles."
The last of his three tweets was aimed at Dirt Sheet writers who, since the reports of his and Sin Cara's apparent problem surfaced have decided he and COO Triple H are the best of friends and training partners, and Sin Cara should be the one on the way out of the company, but according to the man himself, this is not the case.
He said: "..and lastly dirty sheeters. I'm not HHH's "work-out buddy". Trained with Hunter 3 times. In 2009. In Australia... Now. Back to me day off."
It seems the last days news has touched a nerve with the Irishman who is usually vague on Twitter and doesn't use it as an anger outlet like most wrestlers.
Tonight Sheamus defends his newly won title against former champion Dean Ambrose on the latest episode of Smackdown with the hope that he will retain the title and take it back to his home town as WWE sets it's sights on the UK at the end of May.
Hopefully he can put the altercation with Sin Cara behind him and get back to doing what he does best inside the ring and not backstage.
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