At first, all WWE fans could talk about was Sheamus' pallid complexion. But his primal anger and fearsome scowl stuck in fans'
minds even after the image of his pale body faded from memory. Now, little more than a year after his arrival, The Celtic Warrior's
sports-entertainment legacy is secure. He's the first-ever WWE Champion, and has won the title twice since his debut. But Sheamus is likely to be remembers less for
the number of titles he wins and more for the ruthless ways in which he wins them.
In his first two months on Raw, he retired Jamie Noble, smashed Guest Host Mark Cuban through a table, and beat John Cena
in a Tables Match to become the WWE Champion. For an encore, he crushed Triple H at Extreme Rules after assaulting him
with a lead pipe prior to the match. Sheamus' second title reign came with an assist from The Nexus, when they interfered at
Fatal 4-Way, but he's quick to say that he doesn't need help finding success.
Though he's been referred to as a human jar of mayonnaise, Sheamus is still one of WWE's most dangerous Superstarsâ€”and the
luck of the Irish has nothing to do with it.