- ND Insider has a story here about Sheamus visiting Notre Dame this past weekend. Sheamus spoke at a pep rally, as seen in the video above, which he described as "one of the most nerve-wracking things" that he's ever done.

"I got to talk at the pep rally which was one of the most nerve-wracking things I've ever done," said Sheamus. "It was hugely nerve-wracking. I was very nervous.

"I'm a visitor coming in here. I wanted to make sure it was impactful," Sheamus continued. "Some people might think that I'm not a real fan or a fair-weather fan. I wanted to show how passionate I was about the team winning and beating Wake Forest. Last year, we were hoping we were going to go on and become national champions. So it was nerve-wracking for me."

- As noted, PWInsider reported yesterday that Luke Harper was backstage at last night's Monday Night RAW in Memphis. He was apparently getting checked out by WWE's medical staff, as Pro Wrestling Sheet reports that he has officially been cleared to return to the ring. As noted, Harper dislocated his patella and tore his MPFL ligament this past March and was expected to be out of action for up to six months, which is right around now. It's unknown which brand Harper will appear for since he went undrafted last July.

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- As seen on RAW last night, Seth Rollins saved Roman Reigns after the main event when Reigns was being attacked by WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens and Rusev. That doesn't necessarily mean that we're going to see a Shield reunion soon, as Rollins wrote on Twitter:


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