In an interview with Newsday to promote the upcoming WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view, WWE superstar Sheamus commented on altering his character, his desire for a big WrestleMania moment and more.

Highlights of the interview are below:

On altering his character: “Rehabbing my injury, I was kind of spinning my wheels and I kind of realized that I let my character become a little bit hokey, so coming back, I’m a lot more motivated, a lot more direct. I want to have fun every now and again, but you can’t just rest on your laurels, there’s a lot of young guys in the developmental system coming up and the way you handle that is by going out there and having the best match you can each and every night. WrestleMania is around the corner and we’re all looking to tear it up, everybody is on their A-game.”

On facing Triple H at WrestleMania 26, not having a big match since then and his desire for a big WrestleMania moment: “It was such a huge match and I feel like at every WrestleMania since then, I haven’t had the opportunity to do that again. I’m hoping at WrestleMania 30 or WrestleMania 31 to bounce back to that level again. The wheel goes round and round and comes back and opportunities are given again, you just have to remember that. After 4 years of experience and especially after the match with Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 27 for the WWE United States Championship that ended up being a dark match, you’ve got to realize that patience is a huge key in this game.”

The interview is available in full at this link.