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Sean O'Haire

Deceased

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# Award Category Year Placement
1 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 2003 70.
2 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 2002 71.
3 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 2001 43.
4 Rookie Of The Year Pro Wrestling Illustrated 2000 3.
5 Rookie Of The Year Wrestling Observer Newsletter 2000 1.
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DanTalksRasslin wrote on 24.05.2015:
[7.0] "From the time he showed up on Monday Nitro as a Power Plant rookie and, with Mark Jindrak, scored an upset win over Juventud Guerrera and Rey Misterio Jr. in his first televised match, O'Haire seemed like such a can't miss prospect. Had the look and intensity, and although his ring skills were rough around the edges early on, he had a unique skill set incorporating martial arts strikes and high-flying maneuvers (rare to see a big man using a Swanton Bomb as a finisher). After he and Chuck Palumbo came to the WWF as reigning WCW Tag Champs during the Invasion, O'Haire was shuffled off to developmental and emerged with a series of memorable "Devil's Advocate" vignettes, which were among the most intriguing of the mid-2000s, but the writing team never seemed to figure out how to translate them to the ring. Had the booking not failed him - and had he not had the personal issues that would eventually lead to his taking his own life - who knows what might have been. I think his career trajectory might have been very different had WCW survived."
Lecter wrote on 06.06.2013:
[5.0] "O'Haire had a lot of potential. He had a superstar look, an incredible ability to move like a lightweight, and seemed to be getting the hang of the whole 'cuttin' a promo' thing. Stood out as a star in The Natural Born Thrillers and had some exciting pre-debut vignettes in WWE, but never got to take that next step. Good thing, it sounds like, considering his terrible track record as a human being, but who knows what could've been."

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Average Rating: 6.64
Average in 2015: 6.67
Average in 2014: 6.50
Average in 2013: 6.33
Average in 2012: 7.50
Average in 2011: 8.00
Average in 2010: 6.78
Average in 2009: 7.33
Average in 2008: 7.12
Average in 2007: 6.24

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