Wait is his pale ass on Smackdown or Raw? Meh who cares let's go. Now I'm expecting some hate for this but I honestly do see potential in this kid to be a valuable asset for the WWE, his look is distinguishable and he has proven he can have good matches with the correct opponents, whether that's the exquisite skill of Daniel Bryan or the brute force of The Big Show. He's lacking on the mic and has been criticized for being too stiff but as a puro fan I kind of dig that aspect. Anyway let's break it down. In Ring. Pros Has shown good agility at times Sells intensity well A strong stiff moveset A shock factor finisher (brogue kick) and a strength based holy shit move he can hit on big guys (white noise) Cons Inconsistent Struggles with guys his size Selective selling Gases easily Solution It's easy select his opponents well, you either want to structure a match where he dominates or is dominated, as he showed with Bryan give him someone to throw around and he's enjoyable or have someone like Show who'll destroy him, he's shown he's not afraid of risky bumps such as being thrown over the table vs Show also. He isn't someone you want to give a back and forth match. It's limited but with the correct opponent works well, also put him on extra work to improve his stamina, he's lazy currently but when motivated has a willing ethic, very similar to another superface in John Cena during that regard. Promos Pros Has a funny accent Cons Sounds like an idiot with said accent Jokes suck dong Solution Keep his mic segments short and to the point, he's got decent charisma as shown during his initial face turn but the stories blew. Gimmick There aren't any pro's or cons for this it's simple, his gimmick is horrible, you have a muscular Irish man so what do you do? You make him go to the pub and love fighting, fuck that. He shouldn't be this smiling buffoon, I've seen his work in IWW and he's sculptured a character from his ancestry, it was his work so he adapted it to him and you know what? It worked, he became the SOS character. Sheamus O'Shaunessy was a warrior risen from the Irish folklore he should maintain that role, let him be stiff in ring and rough people up, don't let him cut hideous joke riddled promos and the character could catch fire and is a marketer's dream. He has the aura of a vicious character who loves to fight and even if he doesn't go beyond his upper midcard spot currently it's worth the shot to allow him to improve.