WWE star Sheamus is ready to return to the ring and dispel any rumour he was set to retire.
He also suffers from spinal stenosis, the same condition that forced Edge to retire from the sports entertainment.
But according to recently retired Dave Batista, the Celtic Warrior is ready to make a blistering return to WWE.
Speaking to Wrestling Sheet Radio, the 41-year-old said: “He’s ready to go, he wants it, he’s so hungry, he’s in great shape.
“They’re just not sure what they want to do with him creatively, so it’s a very frustrating place to be.”
OUT SINCE APRIL
Back in April on Raw, Sheamus and partner Cesaro interrupted the champion vs champion match between Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston, leading to a six-man tag-team contest instead.
The next night on SmackDown The Bar joined forces with Drew McIntyre to battle The New Day.
However, the 41-year-old Dubliner was absent for both the following editions of Raw and SmackDown and was not named in the Superstar shake-up.
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Sheamus is one of the most-decorated wrestlers on the entire WWE roster.
He is a four-time world champion and has also held the US Championship twice.
And the former King of the Ring winner has added to those accolades since pairing up with Cesaro, capturing tag-team gold on five occasions.