Dublin-born WWE Superstar Sheamus has heaped praise on Over The Top Wrestling founder Joe Cabray for his involvement in the resurgence of professional wrestling in Ireland.
And speaking with Irish Mirror online, he admitted that he would actually be interested in making an appearance similar to the one Finn Balor made at the Tivoli Theatre in 2016
“I’d love to go, but it’s just a matter of actually getting home.
“I don’t get the chance to get home much, and when I do my mam is in Clare and my dad is in Dublin so it’s hard when you have a few days to travel all the way around the country.
“When I was back last time I missed a show because I had just got back.”
He continued: “What’s happening in Irish wrestling right now is amazing.
“Joe Cabray is doing a phenomenal job. He spent some time in FCW [WWE’s old Developmental territory], but obviously he’s an entrepreneur and he had a bigger vision.
“He wasn’t comfortable in America and he just loves wrestling and knew what it could be capable of in Ireland.
“I think all of that is very good for young wrestlers back home. Even if you look at WWE we have five Irish people involved if you count Jordan Devlin on NXT UK and Fit Finlay producing as well as myself, Becky Lynch and Finn Balor.”
The four-time World Champion is currently one half of the SmackDown Tag Team champions with Cesaro, but he started in Irish Whip Wrestling back in the early 2000s.