WWE RAW superstar Santino Marella and WWE SmackDown superstar Sheamus are featured in two seperate interviews to promote the WrestleMania 28 pay-per-view this Sunday.
In speaking to The Los Angeles Times, Santino Marella noted that there is definitely more pressure on everyone this weekend and that the sheer size of the audience is intimidating, however at the same time, he’s ready to go out there and perform and it’s something he has been preparing for his whole life. In regards to if he was ever inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, Santino noted that he would thank Rip Rogers first, one of his trainers, as he was very influental into Santino’s style of wrestling. That interview is available at this link.
Meanwhile Sheamus is featured in an interview with IrishCentral.com where he noted that this Sunday will probably be the biggest night of his life and that Daniel Bryan is a very tricky, talented, smaller opponent, who is very tough and agressive and quicker in the ring than he is. Sheamus also noted that his WWE career thus far has been amazing and it took him a lot of time to get to where he is today, as you never stop paying your dues, however one thing about him is that he’s never satisfied with what he achieves, as he wants to create his own legacy and leave his mark on the business such as those who are being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on Saturday. That interview is available at this link.