WWE star Sheamus provided an update on his
recovery from shoulder surgery during a WWE
website interview. "Itís feeling pretty solid,"
Sheamus said of his surgically repaired shoulder.
"Iím still a little while away from coming back, but
itís a whole lot better than what it was when I first
had the surgery, trust me. When I woke up after
surgery, I donít think I ever experienced any kind of
discomfort or pain like I did then. And, even though
Iíve come a long way from that, Iím still going to
rehab every day."
Sheamus was asked whether there is a timetable
for his return. "Thereís not, no," he said. "I just have
to keep going. Some days are better than others
with my shoulder. I do have six anchors put in my
labrum; I tore it in half, so it was pretty major
"I also tore my right shoulder as well, and even
though I didnít have surgery on it, Iíve been
rehabbing both shoulders to strengthen the muscles
around the labrum. My main concern is that I donít
want to come back too early, and then something
happens and Iím set back. That would be the worst
possible scenario, so patience is the key." You can
read the full interview at WWE.com.
Powell's POV: Sheamus also stated that this was
the first surgery he's ever undergone. You have to
worry a bit about the shoulder he did not have
surgically repaired, though if the top sports surgeon
in the world felt he could get by without surgery
then he'll probably be just fine. Sheamus appeared
at the WrestleMania 31 press conference on
Tuesday. For those who didn't see the photos, he
grew his beard out after shaving it off following