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Real name: Stephen Farrelly
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 267 lbs.
Date of birth: January 28, 1978
From: Dublin, Ireland
Pro debut: May 2002
Trained by: Larry Sharpe
Finishing move: Brogue Kick

Biography

– After training at Larry Sharpe’s Monster Factory, Farrelly (as Sheamus O’Shaunessy) made his in-ring debut against Robert Pigeon
– Farrelly’s career was abruptly halted after suffering a serious neck injury. He would be out of action for around 2 years
– In May 2004, Farrelly returned to wrestling, still using his Sheamus O’Shaunessy gimmick
– On July 9, 2004, O’Shaunessy debuted for IWW, defeating Mark Burns
– On March 28, 2005, O’Shaunessy defeated Darren Burridge in the final of a tournament to become the first IWW International Heavyweight Champion
– On May 22, 2005, O’Shaunessy defeated Dave Zero to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– One week later, O’Shaunessy defeated Vic Viper to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On October 2, 2005, O’Shaunessy defeated D-Lo Brown & Assassin in a 3-Way Dance to regain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On October 8, 2005, O’Shaunessy defeated Jay Phoenix to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On November 14, 2005, O’Shaunessy defeated Vampiro to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On January 28, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated Drew Galloway to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On February 26, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated George McFly to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On March 18, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated Drew Galloway in a two out of three falls match to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On April 23, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated Pierre Marceau to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On April 27, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated Drew Galloway in a Last Man Standing Match to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On May 21, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated Pierre Marceau to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On July 15, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated The Green Phantom to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On July 30, 2006, O’Shaunessy defeated Red Vinny to retain the IWW International Heavyweight Title
– On March 4, 2007, O’Shaunessy defeated The Bull in a Flag Match
– On April 17, 2007, O’Shaunessy competed in a WWE tryout match, losing to Jimmy Wang Yang. He was signed to a development deal soon after
– On October 2, 2007, O’Shaunessy debuted in FCW, defeating Bryan Kelly
– On September 4, 2008, O’Shaunessy defeated FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Jake Hager by DQ
– On September 18, 2008, O’Shaunessy defeated Jake Hager to win the FCW Florida Heavyweight Title. Before the end of the month, he had also retained the title against Gabe Tuft & Taj Milano
– On October 9, 2008, O’Shaunessy defeated Eric Escobar to retain the FCW Florida Heavyweight Title
– On October 23, 2008, O’Shaunessy defeated Jack Swagger to retain the FCW Florida Heavyweight Title
– On October 28, 2008, O’Shaunessy defeated Heath Miller to retain the FCW Florida Heavyweight Title. Two days later, he defeated Carson Oakley to retain the title
– On December 11, 2008, O’Shaunessy defeated Joe Hennig with Eric Escobar as special guest referee to retain the FCW Florida Heavyweight Title
– On June 30, 2009, Sheamus (having dropped the O’Shaunessy) debuted on ECW, defeating Oliver John
– On September 1, 2009, Sheamus defeated Goldust in a No-DQ Match
– On October 26, 2009, Sheamus debuted on Raw, attacking Jamie Noble
– On November 2, 2009, Sheamus attacked and injured Jamie Noble, ending his in-ring career
– At Survivor Series 2009, Team Miz (The Miz, Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger & Drew McIntyre) defeated Team Morrison (John Morrison, Matt Hardy, Shelton Benjamin, Finlay & Evan Bourne)
– On November 23, 2009, Sheamus won a ‘Breakthrough Battle Royal’, earning himself a WWE Title Match
– At TLC 2010, Sheamus defeated John Cena in a Tables Match to win the WWE Title
– At Royal Rumble 2010, Sheamus defeated Randy Orton by DQ to retain the WWE Title
– At Extreme Rules 2010, Sheamus defeated Triple H in a Street Fight. After the match, Sheamus viciously attacked Triple H, ruling him out of action for 10 months
– At Fatal 4-Way 2010, Sheamus defeated Edge, John Cena & Randy Orton to win the WWE Title for a second time
– The following night on Raw, Sheamus fought John Cena to a no-contest with Vince McMahon as special guest referee to retain the WWE Title
– At Money In The Bank 2010, Sheamus defeated John Cena in a Cage Match to retain the WWE Title
– At SummerSlam 2010, Sheamus retained the WWE Title, losing to Randy Orton by DQ
– The following night on Raw, Sheamus defeated Zack Ryder to retain the WWE Title
– On September 13, 2010, Sheamus defeated John Morrison in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
– On November 29, 2010, Sheamus defeated John Morrison to win the King of the Ring Tournament. He would compete as King Sheamus over the next few months
– On March 14, 2011, Sheamus defeated Daniel Bryan in a Title vs Career Match to win the WWE United States Title
– On the pre-show of WrestleMania 27, Sheamus fought Daniel Bryan to a no-contest in a Lumberjack Match to retain the WWE United States Title
– On April 25, 2011, Sheamus was drafted to Smackdown
– On June 7, 2011, Sheamus defeated Randy Orton in a No-DQ Match
– At Hell In A Cell 2011, Sheamus defeated Christian
– At Vengeance 2011, Sheamus again defeated Christian
– At TLC 2011, Sheamus defeated Jack Swagger
– Sheamus won the 2012 Royal Rumble Match after entering at number 22. He eventually chose to fight for the World Heavyweight Title at WrestleMania
– At WrestleMania 28, Sheamus defeated Daniel Bryan in 18 seconds to win the World Heavyweight Title. Incidentally, this indirectly led to the ‘Yes!’ chants heard regularly in WWE in 2012
– At Extreme Rules 2012, Sheamus defeated Daniel Bryan in a two out of three falls match to retain the World Heavyweight Title
– At Over The Limit 2012, Sheamus defeated Alberto Del Rio, Chris Jericho & Randy Orton to retain the World Heavyweight Title
– Sheamus defeated Dolph Ziggler at No Way Out ’12 to retain the World Heavyweight title
– At Money in the Bank ’12, Sheamus defeated Alberto Del Rio to retain the World title
– At Summerslam ’12 and Night of Champions ’12, Sheamus defeated Del Rio
– At Extreme Rules ’13, Sheamus defeated Mark Henry
– On the May 5, 2014 episode of Raw, Sheamus won a 20-man battle royal to win the United States Championship for the second time in his career, last eliminating the previous champion Dean Ambrose
– At Payback 14, Sheamus pinned Cesaro in retain the U.S. title


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