Sheamus Says Superstars In The WWE Locker Room Don't Pass Down Advice As Much As In Previous Years

During a recent interview with Cultaholic Wrestling's own Jack King...

As of writing, WrestleMania 36 is less than one month away and will be broadcast live on April 5 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The Celtic Warrior will be featured on the show in some capacity, and yesterday he did an interview with Cultaholic's own Jack King.

During their chat, Sheamus admitted that WWE Superstars don't give each other advice as much as they have done in previous years. He talked about his early years on the main roster and how Triple H, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Edge, John Cena, and Randy Orton would be on hand to help the younger talent, but "that sort of vibe" is missing from the locker room currently.

The former WWE Champion said: "If I see something, I'll say something. Sometimes egos are a little bit testy, like when you go and tell somebody something, sometimes it can be taken the wrong way. But if I see something that's blatantly obvious that I feel strongly about or something that maybe that person doesn't know about or doing in the ring, I'll say it. But the locker room really is missing that sort of vibe. Taker, when I was there Taker was giving me advice, Triple H, Shawn (Michaels), Edge, Cena. I worked with Randy (Orton) a lot as well. So, that's kind of missing a bit."

As of writing, WrestleMania 36 is under one month away and is available to watch on BT Sport Box Office

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