This is in my mind a prime example of wasted potential. O'Haire was a former WCW tag team champion who in 2003 was repackaged with in my opinion, one of the most interesting gimmicks in the WWE. Sean became the devil's advocate. Vignettes started airing for him were he told people to perform adultery, don't pay taxes, don't go to church etc. Ending all of the vignettes with the words "Hell, I'm not telling you anything that you don't already know". Sean on Religion. Sean debuted and started corrupting people (getting Dawn Marie to flash the crowd for example) and getting a small win streak going. Then they for some reason decided to drop the gimmick which was getting fairly over, stick him with Piper and feed him to Hogan under his Mr. America act. Sean was then released in 2004. This was a failure on the WWE's part. Imagine if this gimmick had gotten a serious chance. Sean could have been a great mid card heel with this anti-christ/Devil's advocate gimmick. He was a solid talker as this character, a good wrestler and he had that look that made him honest to god look like he could be the devil with the messy hair and goatee and slightly pointed ears. Do you think this gimmick and character could have done well? How far do you think Sean could have taken it? How would you have booked him? Or do you just not see it working?