WWE Extreme Rules: Sheamus Vs. Mark Henry (Strap Match)

WWE Extreme Rules: Sheamus Vs. Mark Henry (Strap Match) Photo: Luke Lyons
We get a look at the Sheamus and Mark Henry feud.

Strap Match: Sheamus vs. Mark Henry

We go to the ring and Lilian Garcia does the introductions. Mark Henry is out next followed by Sheamus. There are lights on top of the ring posts that will light up when each man touches the corner. The referee gives Henry one end of the strap and he throws the other end at Sheamus. Sheamus kicks it back to Henry. Sheamus finally straps in and here we go. Sheamus pops the strap at Henry's face a few times to start the match. Henry steps on the strap and Sheamus makes him fall by pulling it.

They go at it now. Sheamus makes it to one corner and the light lights up. Henry drops him and the referee calls for the lights to be reset. More back and forth and they end up outside of the ring. Sheamus starts tagging lights from the apron and hits three of them. Apparently this is legal. Henry knocks Sheamus off the apron with a big right hand and the lights are reset. Henry brings Sheamus back in over the top rope with the strap. Henry starts whipping Sheamus now. Henry scoops Sheamus on his shoulder and starts tagging lights. Sheamus is tagging the lights also and three for each men are lit up. They go to the mat and the lights are reset again. Sheamus makes a comeback and takes Henry down. Sheamus drops a bunch of knees and starts whipping Henry.

Sheamus tries to get all the lights again but Henry stops him and sends him out to the floor. They brawl outside of the ring now. Sheamus straps Henry to the ring post and stomps away on him. Sheamus pulls Henry into the ring post face first with the strap now. Henry rolls back in the ring and Sheamus follows. Sheamus starts touching corners again. Henry stops him at the fourth corner. Sheamus blocks a World's Strongest Slam and nails a Brogue Kick to hit the fourth corner for the win.

Winner: Sheamus

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