Irish WWE star to play Teenage Mutant Turtle Villain in sequel

Following in the footsteps of The Rock, WWE’s Sheamus is set to star as one of the main villains in the next Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie.

The Cabra native has been spotted filming alongside Gary Anthony Williams, who is playing Bebop in the awaited sequal.

It is said that Sheamus will be playing the role of his rhino sidekick Rocksteady.

Irish WWE star to play Teenage Mutant Turtle Villain in sequel

Last night The WWE star confirmed the news by tweeting this picture of him with some of the cast.

He fits right in, don't you think?

Megan Fox will reprise her role as reporter April while Will Arnett and Johnny Knoxville will also star in the film, which is set for release in summer 2016.

Let us be “entertaiiinnneeeedddd”.

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