Becky and Sheamus discuss being home.
The WWE has had its fair share of Irish-born superstars who have found great success in not only the land of sports-entertainment but in the pro wrestling industry in general. When "Irish wrestlers" come to mind, one may think about Finn Balor, Fit Finlay, Killian Dane, Becky Lynch, Sheamus, Pete Doherty, Skull Murphy or Velvet McIntyre.
The names listed above and many others have taken pride in representing the island/country during their time as pro wrestlers and during a recent interview with the 'Irish Mirror', both Sheamus and Becky Lynch reflected on what they miss the most about being home in Ireland.
Sheamus: "Things move so quickly over here in the States," he said. "So I like to take any chance to get home to visit my family. I probably should get around to doing that more. I miss my family, all my mates... everyone is in Ireland, so that's probably what I miss the most. I got back for nine days recently. I miss Dublin City in general, everything about it. It's just home."
Becky Lynch: "I've got a really good group of friends over here that have great banter, but there's something about Irish people and the self-deprecating humor." Becky continued, "You know when you come to houses over here [in America], they don't offer you tea. I went to Fergal's [Finn Balor] house, and first thing he did was offer me a cup of tea. Sheamus is the same, but nobody else does."
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