WWE’s Sheamus Would Brogue Kick the Mistakes Out of Martin Skrtel

WWE’s Sheamus Would Brogue Kick the Mistakes Out of Martin Skrtel

WWE superstar Sheamus believes one brogue kick would stop Martin Skrtel making mistakes.

The Irish wrestler was appearing on NBCSN television show Men in Blazers last night following a record-breaking Wrestlemania 32.

And as well as speaking about the event in Dallas, the Liverpool supporter discussed his team, Jurgen Klopp and how short Wayne Rooney is with Roger Bennett and Michael Davies.

Sheamus’ comments on Skrtel were particularly entertaining, insisting that his finisher, the brogue kick, would take Skrtel out so he couldn’t play for the club anymore and there would be no repeat of his mistakes.

Asked about how he would deal with the Slovakian defender, Sheamus said: “One brogue kick, fella. That’s about it.

“Just put him down, put him down so he can’t cause any more calamities in the team.

“I do like Skrtel, he’s been a great servant, but, man, it’s tough to watch.”

Skrtel was a half-time substitute as Liverpool led Southampton 2-0 in March, but his errors contributed to Klopp’s men losing the game 3-2.

Although the German manager won’t go to as drastic lengths to deal with Skrtel as Sheamus would, it looks like he’ll sit on the bench until he’s needed again.

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