SHEAMUS: I definitely watched the Olympics. For me I'd look to Irish moments like Michael Carruth and Sonia O'Sullivan and those Irish stand-outs. I always made sure I watched it as a kid. It was one of those things that, like the World Cup and the European Championships, you always watched. I think parents love it too because it definitely occupies the kids' time and keeps them out of mischief!
ZACK RYDER: Michael Jordan and all of those guys. I would say they were my favourite Olympians for sure.
SHEAMUS: It's a huge deal for everybody. I remember when I moved to England so that I could do more wrestling shows and get more experience and I worked in London. At one stage I worked in Stratford where they're building it all and it's incredible to think that it's all going and it's ready to rocket.
ZACK RYDER: The Olympics is huge in America. I always liked basketball and watching Team USA when I was a little kid. I had the jerseys and stuff like that. Basketball is a game that's so exciting. When it gets to the fourth quarter I love it.
SHEAMUS: I think it's great for London, I think it's great for the UK and I think it's great for Ireland as well with the amount of people that will come over and the amount of tourists it will bring over. I think it's going to be a huge success. It's great it's going to London. People have put their heart and soul into getting this ready for so long. There's been highs and lows getting the Olympics there and I know it's going to be off the charts.
ZACK RYDER: Maybe fist-pumping? Does that sound like a sport? If that was a competition I would definitely win the gold medal for that. Or how about getting girls' phone numbers? That should be a sport!
SHEAMUS: Maybe the Greco Roman Wrestling? I'd like to get in a couple of cheap shots when the ref wasn't looking! Seriously though, I was more of a team sport man rather than an individual man. I think football is something I'd have liked to have taken part in at the Olympics.
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