WWE: Sheamus to receiver huge push as a heel on return

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WWE has so many superstars vying to become part of the elite that even some of the most talented wrestlers fall by the wayside for a short while. 

Sheamus is one of those wrestlers but things are about to change for the Celtic Warrior. 

The Irish star has been absent for the last few months because of an injury that he suffered back in November, but reports suggest that he will be back on WWE TV sooner rather than later.

It has been understood for some time that Sheamus will return to WWE in a different form and not as WWE fans have ever seen him before, with a heel turn planned for the former United States Champion when he returns.

New reports from Wrestlinginc.com even say that not only will the WWE turn Sheamus heel again, but they will make him into one of the top heels in the WWE, with the Celtic Warrior reportedly set for a few months of main eventing the top pay-per-views in pro wrestling.

"We've noted how Sheamus will be returning to WWE TV soon. Not only do WWE officials want to bring him back as a heel, they're looking at making Sheamus one of the top heels in the company, according to PWInsider. It sounds like he could be in for a main event run when he returns," wrestlinginc.com reported.

So what do you think WWE fans? Is WWE's rumored push for Sheamus as a heel the right plan going forward? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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