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Sheamus Undergoes Second Surgery In Three Months


WWE Superstar Sheamus has undergone surgery again for the second time in three months after he suffered a nasty injury on RAW.

Sheamus suffered a broken nose in the ring earlier this year on RAW. During his match with Humberto Carrillo, Sheamus was on the receiving end of a stiff forearm shot to the face that is believed to have caused the gruesome injury.

A match between the two men had to be stopped on the 10th of May edition of Raw after Carrillo suffered an apparent leg injury after performing a sunset flip powerbomb on Sheamus to the floor. During their latest bout, Sheamus was able to continue the match after the injury occurred but he lost to Carrillo for the first time since the two men became embroiled in their feud.

Ever since returning from surgery after that injury, the Irishman has worn a protective mask over his face. However, Sheamus took to social media after facing Jeff Hardy on RAW recently where his nose was broken all over again.

The former WWE United States Champion has since followed that up with pictures from his hospital bed after he underwent surgery once again on his damaged nose.

There is no word on how long Sheamus will be out of action after this surgery. He missed the entire month of June following his earlier broken nose before returning to RAW in July and defeating Humberto Carillo with his United States Title on the line.

By the time Sheamus returns, he could be on a different brand with the WWE Draft taking place over the 1st and 4th of October editions of SmackDown and RAW. The Celtic Warrior may well be hoping to wind up on the same show as the WWE Intercontinental Championship given it is the one title he needs in WWE to complete the Grand Slam.