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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RAW Results-October 16th,2017
 
Published by:
  2017/10/17
 

– We go right to the ring and out comes RAW General Manager Kurt Angle to a pop. There are tables, ladders and chairs all over the place.

Angle welcomes us and says it’s safe to say that The Shield is back together. He plugs the big TLC main event for Sunday. Angle says that’s this Sunday but he wants to focus on tonight. The classic Shield theme intro plays as the music hits and out comes Roman Reigns and RAW Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose, through the crowd with their old gear on. The Shield hits the apron and stares Angle down as the crowd starts a “this is awesome” chant.

The Shield looks as if they might attack Angle like old days. Angle asks fans if they want to hear from The Shield. Reigns says Angle made a good decision because when The Hounds come, you have two choices – hand it over or they beat your ass. Rollins jokes with Reigns to relax. Rollins talks some about their history now and says he is proud to stand here 5 years later with his brothers because The Shield is now back and better than ever. It looks like Angle has left now. Ambrose takes the mic next. Ambrose hypes the TLC main event and puts over how dominant The Shield is. Ambrose calls Braun Strowman, Cesaro, Sheamus and the WWE Intercontinental Champion to the ring for a fight as the crowd pops. Braun’s music hits and out they come. Curtis Axel is with them.

Angle says we are not having the 3-on-4 match tonight, save it for Sunday. He mentions tonight’s Steel Cage match and the RAW Tag Team Title match with The Bar getting a shot, then announces that tonight’s RAW will make history, oh it’s true… it’s damn true. Angle’s music hits as the heels stare The Shield down from the stage.

– Still to come, MizTV with Braun.

– Back from the break and out comes WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz with Curtis Axel, Cesaro and Sheamus for another must see edition of MizTV. Mike Rome does the introduction.

The group enters the ring where there are tables, ladders and chairs. Miz welcomes us and says Roman Reigns sent them away earlier without giving the fans what they wanted. Miz goes on and mentions how The Bar will take back the RAW Tag Team Titles tonight. Cesaro and Sheamus both speak on how they will shatter The Shield tonight. A “you look stupid” chant starts up at Sheamus but he says they’re all just jealous. Miz knocks the crowd and asks Sheamus to continue. Sheamus goes on about tonight’s title shot and how The Shield will break. Miz says they are looking forward to Sunday and they will expose The Shield as an over-hyped nostalgia act. Miz says The Shield has never been as good as everyone thinks they are, especially after what they’ve been through. Miz talks about how group is a family, mentioning that Bo Dallas isn’t here tonight. Miz introduces tonight’s guest and out comes Braun Strowman.

Braun talks about how The Shield put him through the announce table last week because none of them can stop him on their own. Now he will tear them apart, one by one, piece by piece, until The Shield is done and gone forever. That starts tonight in the Steel Cage with Reigns. Braun will make them lock the door shut so he can make sure Reigns won’t run away. Miz says The Shield is no match for this group. A “yes!” chant starts when he asks if fans think The Shield can take them on. Miz brings up how Dean Ambrose said they can take on 4 or 5 people. Fans chant for Axel as Miz starts to announce a fifth member of their team this Sunday. GM Kurt Angle interrupts and says Miz is pushing it too far. Miz tries to talk him into making it 3-on-5.

Angle tells Miz to shut the hell up because he’s the General Manager and he told Miz to. Angle says we will settle it in the ring like they always do on RAW. If Braun wins the Steel Cage match, Miz will get his other partner. If Reigns win the cage match, the match goes back to 3-on-3 and they lose Braun as a partner. Braun accepts the challenge but the others don’t look so sure. Angle goes to leave but he almost forgot… during both matches tonight, everyone is banned from ringside. Oh it’s true, it’s damn true. Angle’s music hits as the heels look on from the ring.

– Still to come, Ambrose and Rollins defend. We see the cage hanging high above the ring again. Also tonight, Finn Balor’s demonic message to Sister Abigail. Back to commercial.

RAW Tag Team Title Match: The Bar vs. Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose

Back from the break and out first come RAW Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose. Cesaro and Sheamus are out next.

Ambrose starts things off with Sheamus. Cesaro mocks Ambrose with a set of Shield dog tags. Ambrose takes Sheamus to the corner and unloads. Ambrose with chops before whipping Sheamus across the ring. Ambrose runs into a kick as Sheamus turns it around. Ambrose fights back and tags in Rollins for some double teaming. Rollins kicks Sheamus to the floor. Cesaro runs in but Rollins clotheslines him over the top as well. Rollins and Ambrose launch over the top and take out their opponents on the floor.

Rollins brings Sheamus back in. Rollins goes to the top but has to kick Cesaro away. Rollins comes off the top but Sheamus catches him. This leads to Cesaro taking out Rollins with a clothesline from the apron as the referee was distracted with Sheamus. We go to commercial with Sheamus stomping on Rollins.

Back from the break and Sheamus has control of Rollins as Ambrose reaches for a tag. Sheamus nails the Irish Curse backbreaker for a pin attempt. Cesaro tags in for some double teaming in the corner. Cesaro covers for a 2 count. Sheamus gets a big cheap shot kick to the face while the referee has his back turned and Cesaro covers for another pin attempt.

Cesaro takes his time with Rollins now. Rollins tries to take Cesaro back to the corner for a tag. Cesaro breaks the hold and knocks Ambrose off the corner. Sheamus ends up getting the tag and flooring Rollins for a close 2 count. Sheamus wastes some more time by arguing with the referee. Fans chant for Ambrose as he is still down off the apron. Sheamus mocks the crowd and rocks Rollins into the ropes. Rollins blocks and fights back, unloading. Rollins makes a comeback and dumps Cesaro to the floor. Ambrose is reaching for the tag now. Cesaro comes back in but Rollins counters and tags in Ambrose.

Ambrose gets the hot tag and unloads on Cesaro. Cesaro counters a bulldog but Ambrose hits a swinging neckbreaker. Ambrose goes to the top but has to roll through. Cesaro comes from behind but Ambrose counters and catapults Cesaro into the corner. He jumps on top instead and comes back down. Cesaro ends up countering Dirty Deeds. Ambrose knocks Sheamus off the apron. Rollins comes in and nails a big dive on Sheamus. Ambrose follows up and takes out Cesaro on the floor. Ambrose goes to the top after Cesaro is brought back in. Ambrose with the big elbow on Cesaro as Sheamus breaks the pin.

Rollins comes in to fight Sheamus but Sheamus hits a big backbreaker. Ambrose sends Sheamus to the floor. Cesaro with a big back body drop on Ambrose. Ambrose walks into a kick. Sheamus tags in for the big double team but they struggle with Ambrose. They drop Ambrose but Rollins breaks the pin. Cesaro catches a Rollins kick and uppercuts him down. Cesaro tags in to be the legal man. They try to double team Ambrose again but Rollins makes the save. Ambrose ends up hitting Dirty Deeds on Cesaro for the pin.

Winners: Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose

– After the match, Rollins and Ambrose stand tall with the titles as we see the cage hanging high.

– Still to come, Finn has a message for Abigail. Back to commercial.

– Back from the break and Curtis Axel is trying to talk Sheamus & Cesaro into staying positive and staying strong as he wants to become the fifth man for Sunday’s TLC main event. Braun Strowman walks in and Axel says his hometown moment on Sunday hinges on Braun’s win tonight. Axel goes on about how bad he needs this match on Sunday. Axel gets riled up and says he wants to fight Roman Reigns by himself, right now. Braun tells him to go find Reigns. Axel is hesitant now. Cesaro says it sounds like Axel is scared of Reigns. Sheamus says the fifth member of their team wouldn’t be scared to fight Roman. Axel is hesitant but he walks off to find Reigns.

– The Miz is backstage with Braun and The Bar to hype them up for tonight and Sunday. He gets worried and leaves when they mention how Axel might be taking out The Shield by himself right now.

Steel Cage Match: Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns

We go to the cage as Braun Strowman makes his way out for tonight’s main event. We see footage from Braun’s cage match win over Big Show last month. Roman Reigns is out next as we see more highlights from recent events. Reigns enters the cage and the referee locks the door. The Miz has joined the announcers for commentary now, despite the ringside ban.

They go at it with Reigns unloading to start. Braun turns it around. More back and forth. Reigns takes Braun into the corner and beats on Braun as fans count along. Braun ends up catching Reigns and driving him to the mat for a close 2 count. We go to commercial with Braun in control.

Back from the break and Braun remains in control, driving Reigns into the steel. Braun sends Reigns into the steel again and laughs. Braun charges but Reigns moves and he hits the steel hard. More back and forth now. Reigns hits a big Samoan Drop.

Reigns starts climbing the cage but Cesaro and Sheamus climb up to meet him. Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose run down to pull them off the cage. The Bar looks to take out Rollins and Ambrose at ringside Ambrose sends Sheamus over the barrier. Reigns is over the top of the cage now. Braun climbs up and grabs Reigns’ wrist. Braun pulls Reigns back over and nails a big superplex from the top of the cage. A “holy shit” chant breaks out while they’re both down now.

Reigns kicks out at 2. The fight on the outside continues and goes up to the stage where the tables, ladders and chairs are. The Miz gets up from commentary as the tag team brawl goes into the backstage area. Cameras follow. Rollins uses a steel chair on Cesaro as Ambrose drops Sheamus with a chair. Miz appears and closes a door, shutting the two tag teams in another room to keep them away from the ring.

We go back to the cage as the match continues. The Miz has returned to commentary. Reigns starts to climb the cage again but Braun stops him. Braun headbutts Reigns to the mat. Braun gets crotched on the top rope. Reigns nails a Superman Punch while he’s stuck but Braun is still up. Reigns with a second Superman Punch to send Braun to the mat. Braun gets up and blocks a spear but Reigns counters and drops him for a close 2 count. They go on and the lights go red, the music hits and it looks like Kane is returning. Braun decks Reigns and takes advantage of the distraction. Reigns spears Braun. Kane comes from up under the ring for a big pop.

Reigns can’t believe it. Kane stares Reigns down. Kane delivers chokeslams to Reigns in the middle of the ring. Braun with a big slam on Reigns. Kane with a Tombstone piledriver on Reigns now. Braun drops his straps and scoops Reigns for a running powerslam. Braun covers for the win.

Winner: Braun Strowman

– After the match, Braun stands tall with Kane right behind him, standing over Reigns. Braun’s music hits as Reigns tries to recover. The Miz climbs a ladder on the stage and announces that Kane is the fifth member of their team at TLC. Kane’s music hits and they stand tall as RAW goes off the air.

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RAW Results-September 11th,2017
 
Published by:
  2017/09/12
 

– Charly Caruso is backstage with Sheamus and Cesaro, asking about tonight’s match with Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, and if it distracts them from the title shot at No Mercy. Sheamus says they see Gallows and Anderson as more of a threat than the champs. Cesaro says they don’t like them and they will win tonight but there’s no denying Gallows and Anderson are a team. They knock Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose, and say the real test for them will come at No Mercy when they bring the full weight of The Bar down on them. They go on to predict the champs will throw each other to the wolves when the pressure is on at No Mercy. They walk off and we go back to commercial.

Sheamus and Cesaro vs. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson

Back from the break and out comes RAW Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose for commentary. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson are out first for the match. Sheamus & Cesaro are out next. They turn to the champs and talk trash from the stage. Rollins & Ambrose get up and a brawl breaks out on the stage. Gallows & Anderson rush up to join the fight. Sheamus, Cesaro, Gallows & Anderson beat down the champs before turning on each other. Ambrose & Rollins get back into the mix. Officials are out to try and separate the teams.

Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Cesaro and Sheamus vs. Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy

We go to the ring for tonight’s main event. Sheamus and Cesaro are wrapping up their entrance as Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson wait. We see what happened earlier to set this match up. RAW Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose are out first for their team. The Hardys are out last.

The faces hit the ring and a big brawl breaks out. Jeff works on Cesaro in the corner while the others take it to the floor. The bell rings with Jeff and Cesaro starting off.

Jeff drops Cesaro and hits the signature leg drop. Jeff works on Cesaro’s arm now. Matt tags in and they double team Cesaro. Matt covers for a quick pin attempt. Cesaro hits an uppercut on Matt and in comes Sheamus to work Matt over. Matt turns it around as Cesaro and Sheamus both get sent to the floor. Jeff comes in and hits Poetry In Motion to the floor on Sheamus and Cesaro. The Hardys stand tall as fans do the “delete!” chant and we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Gallows comes in to go at it with Ambrose. Gallows ends up leveling Ambrose on the floor with a big kick thanks to interference from Cesaro. The referee counts Ambrose. Gallows brings Ambrose back in and drops him for a close 2 count. Sheamus comes in and tags Cesaro in for a double team in the corner.

Cesaro and Sheamus with another double team as Ambrose kicks out at 2. Sheamus keeps Ambrose grounded now. Ambrose looks to fight back but Sheamus cuts him off and in comes Gallows. Gallows takes Ambrose to the corner and hits a big splash. Anderson tags in now and they double team Ambrose with a neckbreaker. Anderson covers for a 2 count. Cesaro comes back in as Ambrose gets double teamed again. Cesaro keeps Ambrose grounded near their corner. Ambrose tangles with Cesaro now but he can’t get the tag as Sheamus comes in. Cesaro and Sheamus with a double team White Noise from the corner. Matt comes in and breaks the pin up. Gallows and Anderson pull Matt to the floor and launch him into the barrier.

Anderson tags in and keeps up the attack on Ambrose. Ambrose fights back and goes for Dirty Deeds but it’s blocked for a pin attempt. Ambrose with a swinging neckbreaker to Anderson. Gallows comes in and stops a tag. Ambrose fights out of a Magic Killer and nails a clothesline on Gallows. Ambrose rolls Sheamus up for a 2 count. Sheamus charges but hits the ring post when Ambrose moves. Ambrose crawls for a tag but Cesaro stops him. Ambrose counters and dumps Cesaro over the top to the floor. Rollins finally gets the tag and unloads on Anderson.

Rollins fights off his opponents and unloads on Anderson. Rollins with a kick to the face as Gallows breaks it up. Jeff with a Twist of Fate on Gallows. Matt with a Twist of Fate to Gallows as well. The Hardys are distracted by Sheamus and Cesaro from the apron but they tell them to bring it. It looks like Sheamus and Cesaro are leaving Gallows and Anderson hanging as they look on from the stage. This leads to Rollins hitting a superkick and Ambrose hitting Dirty Deeds on Anderson. Rollins covers for the pin.

Winners: The Hardys, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose

– After the match, the winners stand tall in the ring as Sheamus and Cesaro look on from the stage. RAW goes off the air.

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Raw Tag Team Champion Cesaro Interview
 
Published by:
  2017/06/15
 

NZPWI had the opportunity to speak to WWE Superstar Cesaro earlier this week.

A former United States Champion, and Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner, The Swiss Superman has stamped his mark on the WWE Universe since debuting in 2012.

Currently one-half of the Raw Tag Team Champions, Cesaro will be part of the WWE Live event in Christchurch this September.

Cesaro spoke to NZPWI’s David Dunn about his path to WWE, Sheamus, The Hardy Boyz, his excitement about New Zealand, and more in this exclusive interview conducted Monday, June 12.

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David Dunn: Growing up in Switzerland, what’s your first memory of pro-wrestling?

Cesaro: My first memory was seeing The Steiners and The Quebecers on my television with WWF back then. Then it was Bret Hart and Owen Hart and Macho Man, those guys, right away, but the first memory I have of professional wrestling is The Steiner Brothers against The Quebecers.

Watching them, did you immediately want to become a pro-wrestler?

When you see it as a kid it’s like, ‘Wow, this is so cool!’ Like a comic book, but it’s real, and it draws you right in. Of course you dress up as them and you play wrestling and it’s just so much fun. Growing up I was kind of like, that’s what I want to do. As a kid that was my dream job. It’s like, ‘What’s your dream job?’ ‘I want to be a professional wrestler.’ And then reality kicks in and you find another real job, and that’s what I did, but then I had a chance to train wrestling and follow those footsteps and I haven’t looked back since.

What was the best piece of advice you received when you first started training?

When I started training I would say… eyes and ears open, mouth shut. That was it, one of the best pieces of advice. Just learn as much as you can and from anybody that you can, and never stop learning.

Obviously, with the realities of immigration, it’s not a straightforward path from Switzerland to America. Was it difficult to make it to the United States?

It was very difficult. If you look back I got kind of lucky – they say luck is preparation meets opportunity, and that kind of happened for me. I wrestled for about four years in Europe and I went to the United States to train a couple of times and then I was lucky enough to enter the green card lottery. I won a green card, which is, you can come to the US and work. I had a really good job at Johnson & Johnson in Switzerland and I quit, and four months later I moved to the United States and, again, haven’t looked back since. The other day I looked up and the chance for me winning was about one per cent.

You battled your current tag team partner, Sheamus, in a Best of Seven Series in 2016. Do you prefer wrestling Sheamus, or having him in your corner?

I prefer looking over and seeing Sheamus on my side. It’s no fun to be hit hard by Sheamus. It’s much more fun to see Sheamus hit other people hard … on top of that, over the years—especially the last year of us hitting each other hard—we grew a bond and a respect for each other, and right now we’re the best of chums so to speak.

You’re currently involved in a feud with The Hardy Boyz, an iconic team in WWE history. What do you and Sheamus need to do to be held in the same regard as Matt and Jeff?

I think we already proved we can beat The Hardy Boyz, and we can hang with The Hardy Boyz. We are just getting started, and I think if we continue the path that we started we definitely have a chance to improve and become one of the greatest tag teams in WWE. If you look at Sheamus’ career, he’s won just about everything there is to win in WWE. With me, I think this is going to be a fun team for a long time in the future.

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From your Best of Seven Series with Sheamus, to your Steel Cage Match at Extreme Rules, to the Money in the Bank Ladder Match, to the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, you’ve wrestled under some of WWE’s most iconic stipulations. Are there any matches you’d still like to have?
I’ve had a chance to compete in many of the iconic matches. For example we also won Survivor Series last year in Canada, which was amazing. There’s a few matches… since you had the steel cage match, I remember those the old blue steel cage which would be amazing—just maybe for nostalgia reasons—would be awesome to compete in one of those. I’m trying to think of other matches. I still prefer the one-on-one, classic wrestling match and that’s why the Best of Seven series with Sheamus is so fond in mind. That’s what I think bonded me and Sheamus because we left it all in the ring. How about an Ironman Match? Like a 60-minute Ironman Match. How about we put that there?

You have such a diverse moveset, from the Neutraliser, to the Cesaro Swing, to the European Uppercut. Do you have a favourite move to perform?

I would say the European Uppercut, because I can do so many different variations of it so I can be extremely creative with it and I always find different ways to hit it, which is a lot of fun for me, and also the crowd, to watch because you never really know what to expect. I think that’s part of, like you said, the moveset, I think I have a moveset that people know the moves but you don’t really know when to expect it and I think that’s part of the fun of watching. It’s not just, ‘Okay, he’s going to do the same thing at the same time in the same order.’ It’s a little bit different. Of course, the Cesaro Swing is near and dear to my heart because it’s an incredible move and it takes an incredible person to execute it.

In 2013, the Cesaro Swing caused Titus O’Neil to be physically sick. Has that ever happened to you?

For me, no, because I got used to it and usually my legs get tired before I get dizzy. I’ve heard it from many people, they absolutely hate the Swing because they do get very dizzy, but on the other hand I’m kind of immune to it.

WWE Live comes to Christchurch this September. Have you been to New Zealand before?

I’m extremely excited about this because I’ve never been to New Zealand, apart from a layover. When you land you see all the beauty that is New Zealand, all the green. I get very excited every time we land in Switzerland for similar reasons. New Zealand, it was kind of the same feeling. So I was very excited that WWE is coming and actually Raw is coming to New Zealand and I’m extremely excited. I can’t wait to come to New Zealand and hopefully go sightseeing.

How would you describe the WWE Live event experience to someone who may have seen Raw or SmackDown Live on TV, but never seen WWE in person?

People, they want to see Raw and SmackDown with the pyros and stuff but there’s nothing compared to a WWE Live event because it’s so much more intimate. It’s so much more… you’re really just in the middle. The matches are longer, the people have more time to interact. It’s just that crazy energy that you can’t describe. What you see on TV and you watch with your friends, you kind of get sucked into the matches and the reactions, it’s amplified that by hundreds when you go to a live show. People are there to have fun and have a good time. It’s just this great energy and I can’t wait to see what New Zealand has to offer in that aspect.

Special Thanks to David Dunn for Emailing us this Interview

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Cesaro: “The return of The Hardys was a momentazo! …...
 
Published by:
  2017/04/28
 

There are less than two weeks left for WWE to return to Spain. Once again we will live the best matches in the world of professional live fight on May 6 in Valencia and 7 in A Coruña. Expect a spectacular weekend, with great moments. Therefore, one of the best European competitors who have ever graced the ring, Cesaro, took a minute with WWE.com.

WWE.COM: Switzerland is a country without a great fighting tradition, so I imagine that the beginnings were difficult. Why do I choose a Swiss guy to engage in professional struggle?

CESARO: I think you are absolutely right, certainly Spain and Switzerland, two countries with good relationship, have the same problem. I saw a lot of fighting when I was a kid and I fell in love at that stage when some people dream of being astronauts or things like that, and I wanted to be a professional fighter. Already growing up and pursuing my dreams, I had the opportunity to start training at age 19 and I was fortunate to be granted American residency, so I was able to fulfill my dream and become the first Swiss Superstar of WWE.

WWE.COM: The Hardy Boyz returned in WrestleMania. What a momentazo! Do not you think?

CESARO: Yes, go ahead for them! But not for me and Sheamus. They took action and truncated our plans. It was certainly a moment of enjoyment for the fans, they were very excited and they became very noisy. Notice that when I was young I saw the Hardy Boyz and enjoyed them a lot, I loved to see them fly.

WWE.COM: Sheamus and you will face them in WWE Payback for the Raw Couples Championship. What do you think of that and how has the landscape changed in the team division after his return at WrestleMania?

CESARO: I think the pair split changed when Sheamus and I joined, as we are two of WWE’s best competitors and surely the best team. The Hardy Boyz may have the “nostalgia factor” in their favor and they are certainly a great team, but in Payback we are going to win again the championships, because I want to return to Europe, I want to return home being world champion.

WWE.COM: You have been very successful both as an individual competitor and in pairs, but how do you feel more comfortable?

CESARO: Both. I think the key to being a great WWE Superstar, to be a great fighter is that you have to be the best around. Whether in singles or in pairs you have to adapt and hit all the challenges and I think I’m doing pretty well.

WWE.COM: After the Shakes of Superstars, who would you like to face?

CESARO: There are a lot of guys who changed teams, but I would have liked some more movement in the division in pairs. I was hoping that The Uses or American Alpha would change to Raw, but I do with those who came like The Miz, Dean Ambrose … people I’ve faced before and I would not mind facing them again, but Either way I am very happy that Sheamus and I are on this side instead of the other.

WWE.COM: If you could choose someone from SmackDown LIVE, who would you choose?

CESARO: That’s a very good question. There are lots of great SmackDown competitors, Luke Harper has been on the lag lately; Randy Orton, with whom I have been in the ring a couple of times, but who is now the current champion and I always have my eyes on the championship; If we talk about teams, American Alpha, Uses, Sexy Cops [Breezango] … there are many and Sheamus and I will never say “no” to any challenge, so we will continue to step forward and SmackDown is full of many challenges.

WWE.COM: You travel a lot with Sheamus and spend a lot of time with him. What is the funniest story that has happened to you?

CESARO: Well, I have to admit that Sheamus may be a little on the road, but he is a tremendous competitor, his work ethic is bullet-proof, he works very hard and that motivates me. We motivate each other, if I am tired encourages me and vice versa. We have many funny stories, he likes to do “chicken”, I have a great time with him.

WWE.COM: From the moment you faced Sheamus seven times to the moment you joined forces with him, what changed? How would you explain it to a casual aficionado?

CESARO: If you fight many times against someone you end up having respect. Sheamus put all the meat on the grill, just like me, and we began to respect each other as athletes. We looked at each other and we said many things to the face, believe me, many things, but we respect what the other does in the ring and how good it is.

WWE.COM: What do you think about the new talents that have come up from NXT like The Revival on Raw or Shinsuke Nakamura?

CESARO: It’s good to always have new people and the people coming from NXT come stomping. For me, what they have to do is keep that step steady and steady, with high eyes, because now they have many eyes on them and I want to see if they are able to do it.

WWE.COM: How do you feel during the tours around Europe, especially when you are in your native country?

CESARO: It’s always special for me. Whenever we do tour around Europe we had a great time. To my honestly, I am delighted to go to my native country, specifically Zurich, but I also tell you that in any country we visit on European tours is like my home. The public is always very involved and has a great time even if we go a couple of times a year. Besides, they love to see me and make me very happy. But I also tell you that I am jealous of Smackdown because they are going to visit Spain again and I have never been in your country with WWE.

WWE.COM: SmackDown will be the tour that is in Spain, but you have been in our country many years ago in Pinto with Kassius Ohno …

CESARO: When I was young and handsome …

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Fox Sports Interview: FOXSports.com: “Italians, dress you ...
 
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  2017/04/26
 

The Swiss athlete jokes on the WWE Italian-American stereotype: “Quiet, you have a better look and I can not wait to go back to May.”

Wrestlemania 33, in partnership with his Sheamus partner, Cesaro had the opportunity to recover Raw Team Tag Team titles in the Ladder Match, then won by Hardy Boyz at WWE’s surprise return. In the coming weeks, the European couple have managed to reap the chance to compete for the Payback belts, the next Pay-Per-View, to be held on April 30 at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.

Regardless of how the match will take place, there will be a new rematch at the next WWE tour in Italy, which will bring RAW superstars to Rome and Bologna (May 3 and May 4 respectively). One of the scheduled matches in the card of these two events will be just a Fatal-4 Way for the pair titles, which will see the two team teams that will challenge Payback, plus the tandem Enzo Amore-Big Cass and Gallows-Anderson .

A spectacular event and where both the pair formed by Enzo Amore and Big Cass, WWE’s “Italian-Americans”, namely that of Cesaro and Sheamus, will always have the special support of the Italian audience. Just to present the upcoming tour in Europe and talk about much more, the Swiss athlete, just hours after the start of the last episode of WWE Raw, appeared at the Sprint Center Arena in Kansas City, Missouri, to respond To journalists’ questions. And among them was the editorial staff of FOXSports.it .

Antonio Cesaro said he was immediately excited about this tour in Europe, particularly the Italian stage where he could enjoy a drink of which he is crazy and that in the United States it is very complicated to find:

The coffee. I love him and there is no one who does it as well as in Italy. It will be a pleasure for me to return, each time it is as if I were in my house. However, I also grew up as an athlete, I will never forget the meetings I made in the smaller federations before winning the “green card” and becoming a professional wrestler in all respects.

Even for his passion for Italy, every time WWE makes a stop in our country, Cesaro is always among the most acclaimed:

In Italy fans are special, very passionate. You see that they are also football fans. Every time we come to Italy we are always warmly welcomed and with great enthusiasm: the energy they are able to convey is truly phenomenal.

Enzo Amore, the Italian stereotype

This time, to make him “competition” in the ranking of fans of Italian fans, there will also be Enzo Amore and Big Cass, the two “gangster” Italian-American so much sympathy arouse in the WWE Universe. The two tamarrians, with their flashy clothes and inguardable hair (especially Enzo), represent what is in theory the American stereotype of Italian in the US . So, let’s try to ask Cesaro, that Italy really knows it, even if he sees us that way. The Swiss athlete, after hearing a laugh, tries to rethink the question:

What do you think about it? Are you really like them?

Of course our answer is no , so Cesaro bursts out again to laugh and argue:

There may be someone who identifies the Italians in that way. But I know you and I think like you. It is not the right stereotype to paint you. You have a great look, you dress well and – continues to smile – drink coffee.

An answer that makes us breathe a sigh of relief and makes us go to the next question. If one day had to fight against The Miz, as usual accompanied by the inevitable wife Maryse, what WWE Women Superstar would choose to support?

We’ll bring Sheamus!

He responds without thinking of Cesaro , which is bursting into a new laughing laugh . When we point out that it has to be limited to the only female landscape, then it adapts bitterly:

No? Are you sure I can not? I think Sheamus would be happy. Well, then at my side I would come to Natalya.

Hardy Boyz and Wrestlemania 33

Now is the time to focus on real matches, such as Wrestlemania 33 , where he and Sheamus had the opportunity to recover their title titles, but then they were overtaken by Hardy Boyz’s return :

We did not expect them to be present, we had to revisit our plans. When I was little I saw their match, they were very fun. And even now they have not lost the enamel: I have to say that it is not so nice to see a plunger on a ladder. With their return, fans have deployed on their side, but I and Sheamus are stronger. Sheamus misses only the title of Intercontinental Champion for winning all four of the main belts. Our goal is to beat them to payback to return to Europe by champions.

Highest point and future plans

Looking at the past, the most beautiful moment of Wrestlemania that remembered Cesaro is that of his first appearance in the 30th edition:

Yes, on that occasion I won the first Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal, it was great. Anyway, my victory was an important stage for my career.

He now sees it in pairs with Sheamus, looking for those Tag Team Champions belts that Cesaro has already won twice in his career . In his palmares there is only one title on the individual level, that of Intercontinental Champion:

Now I’m focused on the goals we have at Sheamus at WWE Raw . I think we’re creating funny matches, people appreciate them. And as I said before, we are determined to repay the Payback titles against Hardy Boyz. Then it is clear that in the future I would like to win something else on an individual level. One goal I have before quitting is just to become Universal or WWE Champion.

Going ahead of this step, it is not excluded that it will succeed. Meanwhile, the next goal is called Payback , then the tour will be in Italy. Here is the match card currently being played in the latter, considering that in the Pay-Per-View on Sunday night (2 o’clock on Sky First Fila) some of the titles in the game could change master:

Card of the Italian Tour

Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman

Seth Rollins vs Samoa Joe

Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt

Dean Ambrose (C) vs. The Miz w / Maryse

The Hardy Boyz (C) vs Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs Cesaro & Sheamus vs The Club

Bayley (C) vs Mickie James vs Sasha Banks vs Nia Jax vs Emma vs Alexa Bliss

And many others…

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RAW Results-January 30th,2017
 
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  2017/01/31
 

Backstage Cesaro and Sheamus argue about the Royal Rumble. Bayley interrupts and tells them that they need to get on the same page. They have a six-person tag match later tonight so they have to make this work. Bayley says they should have a group hug. Sheamus isn’t into it, but Cesaro is! Charlotte and the Club walk in and make fun of Bayley, Sheamus, and Cesaro for being losers and nerds.

Cesaro, Sheamus, and Bayley vs Charlotte Flair, Gallows and Anderson

Bayley tries to lock up with Charlotte, but Charlotte tags in Anderson. Anderson elbows Cesaro in the head before tagging in Gallows. Gallows eats multiple uppercuts by Cesaro. Cesaro goes up top. Charlotte distracts Cesaro by blowing a kiss at him. Gallows kicks Cesaro off the top rope. Cesaro falls to the outside. After a short break, Anderson and Gallows are working over Cesaro. Cesaro manages to tag in Sheamus, who clears the ring. Cesaro and Sheamus hit their finisher on Gallows, but Anderson breaks up the pin. Gallows tags in Charlotte. Bayley and Cesaro hit a poetry in motion variation on Charlotte. Cesaro dives off the top onto everyone. Bayley hits the Bayley to belly on Charlotte for the win.

Winners- Cesaro, Sheamus, and Bayley

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WWE.Com’s Top 25 Matches of 2016
 
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  2016/12/29
 

Here is the Cesaro Matches that WWE Included in their Best of 2016 List

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# 22 on their list Dean Ambrose vs. Kevin Owens vs. Chris Jericho vs. Cesaro vs. Sami Zayn vs. Alberto Del Rio — Money in the Bank Ladder Match (Money in the Bank)

WE SAID: If there is such a thing as a glass ceiling, Dean Ambrose had been slamming his head against it for a solid year leading up to this star-making match for The Lunatic Fringe. But to only highlight Ambrose’s ultimate Money in the Bank victory — and subsequent cash-in — would do a disservice to the magnificent performances of Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, Cesaro, Sami Zayn and Alberto Del Rio, all of whom laid their bodies on the line in the most inventive fashion possible to reach the proverbial next rung. Ambrose’s victory was sweet, to be sure, but anybody here would have been a worthy champion-in-waiting. To quote one of the participants: Drink it in, man. — ANTHONY BENIGNO

THEY SAID: “I hate Ladder Matches. If I’m never in another Ladder Match again for the rest of my life, I’ll be happy. But on that night I had a job to do. Had to get up that ladder, get that briefcase. The way I figure it, every time we step in the ring, it’s some kind of gamble. So if you’re gonna roll the dice with your body and your safety, you might as well go all in and go for the big money all in one night in Las Vegas.” — DEAN AMBROSE

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# 16 The Miz vs. Sami Zayn vs. Cesaro vs. Kevin Owens — Fatal 4-Way Intercontinental Championship Match (Extreme Rules)

The Fatal 4-Way Match at Extreme Rules 2016 did not just put Cesaro, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens in contention for The Miz’s Intercontinental Title. It also put a quartet in the same ring after weeks of meddling in each other’s business, capping a rivalry which had been boiling over since Owens and Zayn inserted themselves into a WWE Payback 2016 battle between The Miz and Cesaro. This foursome wanted to humble and humiliate each other at Extreme Rules as much as they wanted to leave as Intercontinental Champion. They blitzed each other with clotheslines, European uppercuts and Blue Thunder Bombs. They broke up nearly every pinfall attempt, brawled all over ringside. In the end, The Miz somehow escaped with his coveted title in as dramatic a Fatal 4-Way Match as any you’ll ever see. — MATTHEW ARTUS

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Roadblock:End of The Line Preview:Can Cesaro and Sheamus Defeat ...
 
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  2016/12/15
 

Cesaro & Sheamus will have another chance to end The New Day’s unprecedented Raw Tag Team Title reign when they challenge the champions this Sunday at Roadblock: End of the Line.

Big E, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods crossed the threshold into the history books this week, breaking Demolition’s record for the longest-reigning tag team champions in WWE history. This Sunday will mark 483 consecutive days since The New Day won the titles in August 2015. To make it this far, The New Day have had to squeeze by challengers on Raw on a weekly basis of late, including two Triple Threat Matches this past Monday — the first of which was a victory against Cesaro & Sheamus and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson.

Yet, some observers argue that The New Day only retained their titles because they stole the winning fall from The Swiss Superman and The Celtic Warrior, who delivered a powerful performance on Raw.

Cesaro & Sheamus will have another chance to end The New Day’s unprecedented Raw Tag Team Title reign when they challenge the champions this Sunday at Roadblock: End of the Line.

Big E, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods crossed the threshold into the history books this week, breaking Demolition’s record for the longest-reigning tag team champions in WWE history. This Sunday will mark 483 consecutive days since The New Day won the titles in August 2015. To make it this far, The New Day have had to squeeze by challengers on Raw on a weekly basis of late, including two Triple Threat Matches this past Monday — the first of which was a victory against Cesaro & Sheamus and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson.

Yet, some observers argue that The New Day only retained their titles because they stole the winning fall from The Swiss Superman and The Celtic Warrior, who delivered a powerful performance on Raw.

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Sooner or later, Cesaro “can’t be denied”
 
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  2016/09/21
 

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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Clash of Champions Preview:Match #7 in Best of 7 Cesaro vs Sheam...
 
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  2016/09/20
 

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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