|Real name||Seamus O'Rourke Street|
|Date of birth||September 13, 1975|
|Place of birth||Cork, Ireland|
|Date of death|
|Place of death|
|Billed from||Cork, Ireland|
Seamus Street (born Seamus O'Rourke Street) is an Irish professional wrestler currently wrestling for the WNWA.
The Restoration strongly objects to Street’s Irish heritage, believing that they should not be forced to share a ring with an individual of the lower classes. Street feels the Restoration can “shove it up their arse” and has proven a very capable and infuriating foe, defeating Hurtford for the WNWA Northern Heavyweight Championship in a classic technical match at the WNWA Legends Reunion pay-per-view on August 20. The Restoration appeared to have gotten the better of Street with a series of cowardly attacks and Shaftsbury’s controversial capturing of the Northern Heavyweight title at Smoky Mountain Slaughter on October 29. However, Street has fought back, taking the fight to Shaftsbury and Hurtford with help from new ally Kevin Knox.
In January 2007, Street won back the Northern Title, now called the WNWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship from Shaftsbury on an episode of WNWA Wrestling. However, Shaftsbury gained a measure of revenge by costing his nemesis the title on June 12, 2007 in a match against Prince Charming.
Street is a gifted technical and aerial wrestler with a lively personality. He has quickly become a favorite of the WNWA fans, and has a particularly strong following among the female audience. Before arriving in the WNWA, he competed in Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. He also competed in Japan as the masked Emerald Lion.
Street was named as one of the participants in the WNWA World Heavyweight Championship Tournament on February 27, 2007. He defeated Samuel Yoder in the first round. He then lost to Captain Redneck in the second round.
- Street uses Thin Lizzy's "Whiskey in the Jar" as his entrance music.
$62,000 per year.
- Finishing and signature moves
- Irish Whiskey Wallop (super kick)
- Blarney Blaster (Rock Bottom)
- Regular moves
- Four-Leaf clover (Texas cloverleaf)
- Face buster
- Irish leg sweep
- Irish suplex
- Flying elbow from the top rope