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6As I said in yesterday’s article, I have been scouring the web for different types of matches that the WWE or anyone other organization has hosted. After stumbling on the parking lot brawl, I also discovered that ten years later on the June 28, 2013 episode of Smackdown, they kicked off the show with a Dublin Street Fight that saw Sheamus take on Damien Sandow. Damien and Cody Rhodes had been pests to Sheamus over the past couple of weeks and Sheamus wanted some revenge on Sandow in a match that best serves his fighting spirit. The match started with Sandow coming at Sheamus with a new sense of viciousness that included a shot with a kendo stick. It wouldn’t matter much as Sheamus used his strength and punishing style to put Sandow on the mat very quickly. After slamming Sandow’s head on the bar tap table, he delivered the sweet sounds of the Beats of the Bodhrán. Sandow was no slouch either as he gave it back to Sheamus slamming him against one of the bar tap tables. He couldn’t keep the advantage for very long as he got hit with a keg toss and beat with a sack of potatoes. After beating each other with kendo sticks, brooms, and whatever else they could get their hands on, it was time that someone was going to win. That advantage would go to Sheamus who after setting up two chairs in the ring, hit Sandow into a seating position thanks to the Kendo stick and then proceeded to deliver a brogue kick that put the superior intellect out for good. Sheamus was the winner of the match.