Claudio Castagnoli (born December 27, 1980), better known by his ring name Cesaro, is a Swiss professional wrestler who is currently signed to WWE. He is previously known for his work in Ring of Honor (ROH), various independent promotions, and the Japan-based Pro Wrestling Noah.Castagnoli is an accomplished tag team wrestler, being a two-time ROH World Tag Team Champion with his partner Chris Hero as The Kings of Wrestling (where their 364-day reign ... (Read More }
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The New Day vs Cesaro and Sheamus

Kingston and Cesaro trade armbars. The exchange ends with a European uppercut by Cesaro. Kingston hits the ropes, but Cesaro lifts him up in a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Sheamus tags in, but Kingston surprises him with a cross body off the top. Kingston tags in Big E., who shoulder blocks Sheamus in the corner. Kingston leaps off Big E.’s back for a splash in the corner. Unicorn Stampede by New Day.

After a short break, Cesaro and Sheamus are working over Kingston. Kingston manages to tag in Big E. Big E. belly-to-belly suplexes Sheamus over and over again. Big E. hits the ropes but runs right into the Irish Curse back breaker. Big E. surprises Sheamus with a side belly-to-belly. Sheamus retreats to the outside. Sheamus hits Big E. in the face. Sheamus tags in Cesaro as Big E. tags in Kingston. Kingston locks in a guillotine, but Cesaro reverses it into a vertical suplex for a two count.

Cesaro sets up the swing, but Kingston turns it into a small package. Cesaro kicks out. Kingston hits the S.O.S. for another near fall. Kingston floors Cesaro with a spin kick. Big E. tags in and knocks Sheamus off the apron. Big E. picks up Cesaro for the Big Ending, but Cesaro reverses it into the Swing. Kingston dives off the top and crossbody blocks Cesaro. Cesaro tosses Kingston into the corner. Cesaro destroys Kingston with a running European uppercut in the corner. Sheamus tags himself in. Belly-to-belly to Cesaro by Big E. Sheamus misses the Brogue kicks and gets clotheslined to the outside. where Cesaro is waiting. Big E. launches Kingston over the top rope, but Cesaro catches him, midair with a European uppercut. Sheamus Brogue kicks Big E. back in the ring for the win.

Winners- Cesaro and Sheamus

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Third Match: Sheamus w/Cesaro vs. Big E w/The New Day

Cesaro is on Facebook Live using the hashtag #NotWatchingSheamus. Big E and Sheamus go to the collar and elbow tie up. Sheamus applies a side headlock. Big E drops Sheamus with a big back elbow. Sheamus connects with a german suplex. Sheamus with a running shoulder block to Big E in the corner. Sheamus follows that up with a running knee. Big E responds with a clothesline. Big E with a corner spear to Sheamus. Sheamus fires out of the corner with a leaping lariat. Sheamus with a series of uppercuts to Big E. Big E tosses Sheamus to the outside. Sheamus with a clubbing blow to the back of Big E. Sheamus goes for the Ten Beats to the chest of Big E, but Big E counters with a clothesline.

Big E with a flying splash to Sheamus on the ring apron. Sheamus rolls out of the ring. Sheamus plants Big E with a rolling senton. Sheamus applies a wrist lock. Sheamus with a leaping knee strike to Big E in the corner. Sheamus ascends to the top rope. Sheamus goes for a flying double axe handle, but Big E catches Sheamus in mid-air. Big E with a series of over the head belly to belly suplex’s to Sheamus. Big E ducks a clothesline from Sheamus. Big E plants Sheamus with a side belly to belly suplex. Big E goes for another running splash, but Sheamus gets his knees up in the air. Sheamus with a rollup for a two count.

Sheamus follows that up with the Irish Curse Backbreaker for a two count. Sheamus goes for the White Noise, but Big E gets back on his feet. Big E plants Sheamus with a big powerbomb for a two count. Big E sets up for the Big Ending, but Sheamus rakes the eyes of Big E. Sheamus kicks Big E in the chest. Sheamus connects with White Noise for a two count. Cesaro is now bringing his Facebook Live video to the Cesaro Section. Sheamus with the Ten Beats to the chest of Big E. Sheamus knocks Big E off the ring apron. Sheamus begins to argue with Cesaro. Sheamus rolls Big E back into the ring. Sheamus takes the phone away from Cesaro. Sheamus is now on Facebook Live. Big E with a running splash to Sheamus in the corner. Big E rolls up Sheamus to pickup the victory.

Winner: Big E

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First Match: Kofi Kingston w/The New Day vs. Cesaro w/Sheamus

Cesaro and Kofi locks up. Kofi with a go behind to Cesaro. Cesaro transitions into a side headlock. Cesaro drops Kofi with a shoulder tackle. Kofi goes for a sunset flip, but Cesaro stands still. Cesaro tosses Kofi to the outside. Kofi ducks a clothesline from Cesaro. Kofi connects with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors. Cesaro rolls out of the ring. There’s a standoff between Cesaro and the entire New Day on the outside. Sheamus is currently on Facebook Live. Cesaro with a flying elbow drop off the top rope for a two count. Cesaro drops Kofi with a running european uppercut. Kofi with a boot to the face of Cesaro in the corner. Kofi with a flying crossbody off the second rope for a two count.

Kofi with a running clothesline to Cesaro. Kofi lands the Boom Drop. Kofi sets up for the Trouble in Paradise, but Cesaro ducks out of the way. Cesaro lands two consecutive european uppercuts for a two count. Cesaro brings Kofi upon the Uppercut Train. Cesaro follows that up with a running boot for a two count. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer, but Kofi blocks it. Kofi responds by going for the Trouble in Paradise, but Cesaro gets him in position for the Cesaro Swing. Kofi reaches the bottom rope to create separation. Kofi goes for a springboard dropkick, but his knees gives out in mid-air. Sheamus takes Francesca 2 away from Woods. Sheamus knocks down Woods. Big E drops Sheamus with a running shoulder block. Cesaro goes for the Cesaro Swing, but Kofi counters with a rollup to pickup the victory.

Winner: Kofi Kingston

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For weeks, Sheamus and Cesaro attempted to pummel one another into absolute oblivion. Now, they will attempt to put their differences aside and challenge long-reigning WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Following Cesaro and Sheamus’ Best of Seven Series that saw neither Superstar clinch the elusive and series-deciding fourth win, Raw General Manager Mick Foley decided to flip the script. Because no victor was decided, but a championship opportunity had been promised to the series’ winner, Foley announced that Cesaro and Sheamus would get a title match — together, as a unit — against the Raw Tag Team Champions.

Their opponents, The New Day, know all about championship opportunities, having seized theirs over a year ago. Some 400 days later, the rotating trio of Big E, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods has put down some of the toughest challengers to step their way, including The Dudley Boyz, The Vaudevillains and, most recently, the formidable duo of Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows.

Will The New Day’s incredible success continue against the double-tough team of Cesaro & Sheamus? Or will the challengers’ inability to get along be their undoing? Find out at the next Raw-exclusive pay-per-view, WWE Hell in a Cell, live Sunday, Oct.30, exclusively on the award-winning WWE Network.

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Backstage, Cesaro and Sheamus are arguing with about why they were late. Foley walks in and tells them they need to work together to win the tag titles.

Backstage, Cesaro and Sheamus are arguing with about why they were late. Foley walks in and tells them they need to work together to win the tag titles.

Sheamus and Cesaro vs Local Talent

Cesaro hits a deadlift suplex. Sheamus tags himself in and hits a release falcon arrow. Cesaro tags himself in and almost gets taken over in a sunset flip. Cesaro and Sheamus argue. Sheamus hits an Irish curse backbreaker. As Sheamus is trying to lock in the cloverleaf, Cesaro runs into the ring, jumps off of Sheamus’ back and DDTs the other local wrestler before he can break up the hold. Sheamus hits a Brogue kick and it’s all over.

Winners- Sheamus and Cesaro

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In Ring Segment: Mick Foley

Foley says the best of seven series ended in a draw. Foley asks for Sheamus and Cesaro to join him in the ring. Before Foley can speak, Sheamus interrupts and says that Foley said the person who was most dominate would get a title shot. Sheamus says that was him. Cesaro says last night he was in the ring ready to go, but Sheamus got dragged away. Sheamus and Cesaro bicker in the ring. Foley says Sheamus is right. So Is Cesaro. Foley can’t in good conscious say one should win over the other. Since he can’t decide, Cesaro and Sheamus will both get a title match. They will be in the same title match. Their title match will be against whoever win the tag team title match next.

Backstage, Cesaro and Sheamus argue about being a tag team. Foley walks in and yells at them both that he believes them both. They stole the show last night. He doesn’t want to put them out there again in an eighth match he might lose one of the. They need to trust them enough to try

Cesaro and Sheamus vs Cutler and Williams

Before Cesaro can finish stripping (insert eye roll here) Sheamus’ music hits. Sheamus steps out in front of Cesaro and makes his way to the ring.

Cesaro picks up Cutler for a long delayed vertical suplex. Cesaro tries to tag in Sheamus, but Sheamus drops off the apron and laughs. When Sheamus gets back on the apron, Cesaro slaps the crap out of him to tag him into the ring. Ten beats of the Bowery by Sheamus. Cesaro tags himself in and almost decapitates Williams with a European uppercut. Williams and Cutler try to get in some tag offense, but Cesaro just looks annoyed. Cutler dives off the top, but Cesaro European uppercuts him, midair. Cesaro is about to hit the Neutralizer, but Sheamus runs in and Brogue kicks Williams AND Cutler. Cesaro and Sheamus argue. Cesaro pins Cutler for the win.

Winners- Cesaro and Sheamus

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Third Match: Sheamus vs. Cesaro In Match Seven In The Best Of Seven Series

Sheamus and Cesaro locks up. Sheamus drives his knee to the gut of Cesaro. Sheamus with a clubbing blow to the back of Cesaro. Sheamus with a uppercut to Cesaro in the corner. Cesaro responds with a uppercut of his own. Cesar follows that up with a dropkick. Cesaro clotheslines Sheamus over the top rope. Sheamus with a knee to the midsection of Cesaro. Cesaro with a leaping uppercut that sends Sheamus crashing to the outside. Cesaro goes for a running european uppercut, but Sheamus launches him to the ring apron. Cesaro with a flying X-Factor off the ring apron. Cesaro with a running european uppercut to Sheamus on the barricade. Sheamus with a front slam to Cesaro. Sheamus follows that up with a flying knee drop. Sheamus connects with the Irish Curse Backbreaker. Sheamus applies an rear chin lock. Sheamus sends Cesaro into the corner. Sheamus a running roundhouse kick. Sheamus follows that up with flying clothesline for a two count. Sheamus goes for the Celtic Cross, but Cesaro counters with a roll through for a two count. Sheamus connects with a tilt-a-whirl slam for a two count.

Sheamus back Cesaro into the corner. Sheamus with a series of uppercuts to Cesaro in the corner. Cesaro sends Sheamus shoulder first into the steel ring post. Cesaro with a uppercut to the back of Sheamus. Cesaro brings Sheamus upon the Uppercut Train. Cesaro plants Sheamus with a Tornado DDT for a two count. Cesaro goes for the Cesaro Swing, but Sheamus blocks it. Cesaro with a drop toe hold that sends Sheamus to the middle rope. Cesaro connects with the 619. Cesaro with a flying crossbody for a two count. Cesaro ducks a clothesline from Sheamus. Cesaro drops Sheamus with a springboard european uppercut for a two count. Cesaro goes for the Cesaro Swing, but Sheamus counters with a big boot to the face. Sheamus rolls Cesaro up with a hand’s full of tights for a two count. Sheamus connects with two Irish Curse Backbreaker’s in succession, but Cesaro kicks out at the count of two. Sheamus gets Cesaro trapped in the Texas Cloverleaf. Cesaro rolls Sheamus up for a two count. Sheamus with a High Cross into a back breaker for a two count. Sheamus goes for the Brouge Kick, but Cesaro ducks out of the way. Cesaro gets Sheamus in the Cesaro Swing. Cesaro gets Sheamus trapped in the Sharpshooter, but Sheamus reaches the bottom rope.

Cesaro goes a ring apron superplex, but Sheamus blocks it. Sheamus goes for the White Noise on the ring apron, but Cesaro blocks it. Cesaro with a big boot that sends Sheamus crashing to the outside. Cesaro with a rolling cannonball through the middle rope onto Sheamus on the outside. Sheamus rolls Cesaro back into the ring. Sheamus connects with the Brouge Kick for a two count. Sheamus drives his knee repeatedly to the back of Cesaro neck. Cesaro with a clothesline to Sheamus. Cesaro plants Sheamus with the Neutralizer for a two count. Sheamus with a series of clubbing blows to the chest of Cesaro. Cesaro responds with a collection of uppercut’s. Sheamus with a big boot to the face of Cesaro.

Sheamus ascends to the top rope. Cesaro with a leaping uppercut to Sheamus. Cesaro with a standing dropkick that sends Sheamus crashing to the ring apron. Cesaro and Sheamus battle for position on the top rope. Sheamus sends Cesaro back first into the ring apron. Sheamus goes for a flying double axe handle off the top rope, but Cesaro counters with a uppercut in mid-air. Sheamus plants Cesaro with the White Noise on the outside. Cesaro sends Sheamus face first into the steel ring post. Cesaro with a clothesline that sends him and Sheamus into the crowd. Ringside doctor’s attend to both Sheamus and Cesaro. Referee John Cone makes the official decision to call off the match. Sheamus struggles to walk to the back. Cesaro gets back into the ring and tells Sheamus to let’s fight. The referee’s and doctors try to back away Sheamus.

Winner: No Contest

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The role of an underdog is an unusual one for a 6-foot-5 muscle-bound wrestler, but it’s a role that Cesaro has been all-too-familiar with over the course of his tenure in the WWE. The 35-year-old “Swiss superman” has seemingly had to fight for every inch and accolade he has achieved on wrestling’s biggest stage, but he has faced down each challenge as it has come along — becoming a popular character in the WWE universe in the process.

This has been especially apparent over the last few weeks on Raw, as Cesaro took on Sheamus in a best-of-seven series between the two European giants. He was once again positioned as the lesser of the two superstars in going down three wins to none against Sheamus. Yet despite his character being backed into a corner with several different parts of his body encased in kinesiology tape, the series is now tied 3-3 with the deciding match set for Sunday at the Clash of Champions on pay-per-view.

Both the concept and the execution have received polarized reactions from fans, but in getting the opportunity to play out on screen the kind of uphill battle he has faced in his career, and getting to do it in a format that hasn’t been used in the WWE in upwards of a decade, Cesaro has relished the opportunity.

“I do love this kind of program,” Cesaro said during a conference call with several media outlets Monday afternoon, as part of a promotional effort for the WWE’s upcoming U.K. tour in early November. “It’s not often we get the chance in WWE to do something like that. To me, it’s the closest to the old days when it was all about the wrestling, all about me against Sheamus in the ring without anything on the outside. It has this real sports feel. I kind of had my back against the wall, you know, it’s best-of-seven. I do definitely love it.”

“Well, I feel, from a company standpoint, like there’s a lot of trust that goes into this,” Sheamus concurred before the start of the series. “Because to have seven matches, or at least a best-of-seven … there’s a lot of confidence bestowed on both of us. People know we can go. People know we hit hard. We bring a lot of realism to our matches.”

“I think over my career, if you look at it in WWE, Sheamus has always been one of my biggest adversaries,” Cesaro said, “and one of the ones I would like to say I had some very memorable bouts with. It’s definitely fun to be in the ring with him.”

The winner of the series is set to receive a title opportunity, and it could be another chance to jump-start Cesaro’s often promising WWE career. It remains a work in progress, to this point, as the 16-year veteran, who made a name for himself as Claudio Castagnoli on the independent scene in promotions such as Ring of Honor and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla before signing for WWE in 2011, tries to break through a ceiling that has kept him from reaching the very top of the wrestling world. Cesaro was seemingly on the cusp of such a breakthrough as a singles star in late 2015 when a torn rotator cuff in his left shoulder halted his momentum.

He underwent surgery and returned to action in April, and Cesaro has built a growing fan base which has supported him with entire swaths of the crowd holding up “Cesaro Section” signs — establishing a persistently visible presence among Raw crowds. The Lucerne, Switzerland, native has already tasted a certain level of success in WWE, winning the United States championship, the tag-team championships with Tyson Kidd and the first Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at Wrestlemania in 2014. But it is not enough for Cesaro, who feels he has what it takes to reach higher.

“I wanted to be [world] champion by now, and I haven’t achieved that,” Cesaro said, when asked if he felt he had made the progress he wanted to since returning from injury.

Despite the tape he wears on his previously injured left shoulder, and other areas of his body at times, Cesaro is back at full strength and attempting to prove he has what it takes to grab the ball and run with it.

“The journey ahead seems still so long, but I’m happy I came back 100 percent,” he continued. “I didn’t come back 70 percent or something. I’m getting better every day. I’m just enjoying myself. Trying to approach it a little bit different. Just having more fun, especially in the ring, and letting the fans have fun with me together, from my new entrance to the whole thing.”

The ‘Swiss superman’ character Cesaro has portrayed on WWE programming since returning has been a big positive step for him. His entrance features Cesaro walking out in a suit in front of a TitanTron video that mimics the famous opening credits sequence of James Bond films; he then tears off his Velcro tux and “transforms” into the Swiss superman before walking down to the ring for his match.

Cesaro’s tale of frustration was a similar one to Kevin Owens’ early this year, as he and his former running buddy on the independent scene languished with the mythical “brass ring” seemingly just out of both men’s reach. Their perceived places in the WWE hierarchy were solidified in July during the WWE brand separation draft as Owens was drafted in the fourth round, 18th overall, and Cesaro didn’t go until Round 6, 28th overall.

That all changed with Owens’ shocking Universal-title victory on Raw in late August.

“Kevin was drafted higher than me, and he was frustrated. I’m even more frustrated than him,” Cesaro said. “He had quite the run. If you look at it, he’s been in WWE for a little over two years. The things he achieved in a very short period of time — it might be unprecedented. As a fellow colleague of his, who’s been on the independents with him — I’ve known him for over 10 years — I’m very happy with his success. He definitely deserves it.”

As Cesaro pursues similar levels of success, it’s clear he realizes that his path to the WWE’s top championships will have to be different.

“For me it’s a little bit of a different road,” Cesaro said. “But if there are mountains to climb, I think as a Swiss man you’re the proper mountaineer to do it. So that’s something I’m looking forward to.”

When you pursue the level of success that Cesaro seeks in the WWE, it’s hard not to second guess yourself sometimes. There’s no real sense of self-doubt with Cesaro, but he does acknowledge that his approach to the business and low-key demeanor don’t lend themselves to self-promotion.

“I feel like I’ve been working magic for the past four years in WWE,” Cesaro said, “and maybe it’s the European in me, or the Swiss in me, that I’m not at the forefront bragging and constantly boasting about my achievements. I let my actions do the talking, and that might take a little bit longer for people to see.”

During his WWE tenure, Cesaro has had to deal with the added pressure of trying to be as entertaining on a microphone as he is in the ring, but feels he’s undeservedly stereotyped as being a poor talker.

“I actually can talk if you let me,” he said. “That’s always funny, because people always say that I can’t, but the thing is, you haven’t seen me on the mic a lot. I don’t really get that many chances. And if I do, it’s usually pretty good.

“Certain people get maybe a reputation, and people keep repeating it, and that just becomes their stigma,” Cesaro continued. “I’m not saying I’m ‘Mr. Microphone’ over here, but I can certainly hold my own. I’ve been fortunate enough to get the chance to prove it lately, and I’m looking forward to getting to prove it some more going forward. The guys who talk are a select few, and I’m working my way to get there.”

One person Cesaro has seemingly struggled to fully win over is Vince McMahon. The WWE owner told Steve Austin on an edition of the Stone Cold Podcast in December 2014 that Cesaro was lacking in charisma, verbal skills and the “it factor,” and Austin said he did not know what Cesaro needed to do to raise his game.

WWE legends including Austin, Ric Flair and Mick Foley have all previously criticized WWE for not pushing Cesaro as a main-event talent, given his natural ability in the ring.

“I feel like I’m connecting pretty good,” Cesaro said, however. “If you see the ‘Cesaro section,’ when I go out there, it is definitely not silent, and I have a huge fan base all over the world. Of course, there’s always room for improvement. I’m the first one to always criticize myself, and I’m trying to find ways to get better. If people say stuff like that, that I maybe not agree with, I’m doing my best and working my hardest to prove them wrong.”

Again, the timing of his injury couldn’t have been much worse. He was part of a tournament to crown a new WWE world heavyweight champion, with several high-profile showdowns with true main-event talent just before going down in November.

“I got hurt when I was starting to really take off,” Cesaro said. “Now I feel like I have to start from scratch again, which I have [had] to do so often. But it definitely felt like I was on a roll. And I’m still on a roll. It’s just definitely being in the right place at the right time or being the right person. It’s kind of hard sometimes, but I feel like if I’m consistently delivering, which is what I do, sooner or later it can’t be denied.”

Whatever the future holds for Cesaro in WWE, he is still humble.

“Sometimes I have to kind of stop and take it in,” he said. “To me, I don’t like to look back, I just like to look forward. It’s such a long journey still ahead for me. Every now and then I see a picture of when I started, or I go to an arena — we were just at the O2 [Arena in London] last week, and that’s where I made my WWE debut on WWE TV. It’s just crazy to think that that was over four years ago. If I look back on when I was on the indies in the U.S., and ever further when I was in Europe, it’s just kind of amazing how I made it this far.”


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Cesaro has come back from the brink to tie Sheamus in their Best of Seven Series, but can The King of Swing complete the comeback at WWE Clash of Champions to earn a guaranteed championship opportunity?

What started as a bullheaded test of wills over the summer between The Swiss Superman and Celtic Warrior quickly became a battle to determine the next man up when Raw General Manager Mick Foley placed the heavy hitters in a Best of Seven Series and dangled a championship opportunity to the winner. The Irishman, who had been accused of coasting by The Hardcore Legend, wasted no time in putting Cesaro in a 0-3 hole, largely on the strength of brutalizing the strongman’s back.

With no option left but to run the table, Cesaro proceeded to do just that: A skin-of-the-teeth win at WWE Live in London kept The King of Swing in the game, and The Swiss Superman continued to eke out victories on consecutive Raws to bring the series to a dead heat. Lady Luck clearly has a stake in Cesaro’s future, but with his back still hurting and Sheamus in do-or-die mode, it’s time to see whether The King of Swing can deliver, or whether he’ll have no choice but to respect the hawk.

Don’t miss the epic conclusion to this Best of Seven Series at WWE Clash of Champions, live this Sunday at 8 ET/ 5 PT only on the award-winning WWE Network.


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Match Six of the Best of Seven Series: Cesaro vs Sheamus

As soon as the bell rings Sheamus is all over Cesaro. Sheamus is targeting Cesaro’s injured back with multiple clubs and a sick back breaker. Sheamus sets up the Irish curse back breaker, but Cesaro back flips out of it. Cesaro puts Sheamus in the neutralizer position, but Sheamus back body drops Cesaro. Cesaro lands on his feet, and destroys Sheamus with a European uppercut. Cesaro double legs Sheamus for the swing, but Sheamus launches Cesaro overt the top rope

After the break, Sheamus and Cesaro are fighting on the top rope. Cesaro dropkicks Sheamus off the top. Sheamus lands on the mat outside the ring. Cesaro sends Sheamus flying over the barricade with a roaring European uppercut. Cesaro gets a two count after a springboard European uppercut. Sheamus rolls out to the apron. Cesaro tries to deadlift suplex Sheamus back into the ring. Cesaro’s back give out Sheamus picks up Cesaro and hits white noise on the ring apron for a long two count. Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick, but Cesaro ducks and turns it into the sharpshooter. Sheamus kicks Cesaro off. Sheamus finally hits the Irish curse back breaker, followed by the Celtic cross into a back breaker. Once again, Cesaro kicks out. Sheamus locks in the cloverleaf. Cesaro reverses it into a small package. Sheamus kicks out. Sheamus rolls up Cesaro and puts his feet on the ropes. The Referee catches him and refuses to count the pin. Sheamus attempts a rope assist shoulder block, but Cesaro catches him, hits the Neutralizer and its over!

Winner- Cesaro (Series is now tied 3-3 )

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