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Cesaro on his rivalry with Sheamus, BoLA 2016, and WWE’s t...
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Continuing his streak from WWE London, Cesaro bested his opponent Sheamus during the opening round of the highly-anticipated WWE Manila.

The exceptionally-athletic wrestler proved his mettle even with no sleep—a fact he disclosed at a media roundtable before the first WWE house show in the Philippines in seven years. –

In the session, Cesaro discusses how his current rivalry with Sheamus is bringing the focus back on superstars and how tournaments like PWG’s Battle of Los Angeles and the Cruiserweight Classic is breeding new talent.
The Swiss Superman also talks about how he keeps up with the WWE’s grueling travel schedule and the Talking Smack segment between Daniel Bryan and the Miz.

During the draft central program with the WWE Network following the draft, you had a lot to say about being drafted on the last televised round. It’s been about two months since the draft and you’re still on Raw. Do you still feel the same way after the draft and right now?

You know, I was feeling a little bit frustrated that day. I still think Smackdown is a really, really good show—I’m just trying to make Raw the better show. That’s what I’m trying to do right now, I’m making Raw the wrestling show and I think the best of seven between me and Sheamus, that’s the best way to do so because that is just me and Sheamus and it’s about wrestling, and it’s not about the Authority, it’s not about general managers, so I figured we just get a little bit more away from that and back to focusing on the superstars which is done pretty good on Smackdown.

It’s a great rivalry and I’m happy to be on Raw.

BoLA 2016 happened. Did you have time to watch it and if you did, what was your favorite match and if you didn’t, what was your favorite year competing in it?

I don’t think it’s out on DVD yet and unfortunately, I didn’t have a chance to go there live. I’ve seen some snippets online, I can’t really say which one my favorite match is because I haven’t seen it completely.

Honestly, I don’t even remember the years the years I was competing in it, but to be (in it) — it was always a very special experience. When I was competing in the independents, there was two tournaments that were big. There was the TPI (Ted Petty Invitational) in NWA South and Battle for Los Angeles for PWG. And Battle for Los Angeles is still going strong; you can see every year there’s new competitors that people discover and WWE is trying to take advantage of that with the Cruiserweight Classic on the WWE Network. You see a lot of guys that are on the indies that are competing on BoLA were actually competing on the Cruiserweight Classic as well. So you can see where the breeding ground for that talent is.

You regularly perform feats of superhuman strength on the show. Can you share your routine?

Oh, I can’t, ‘cause otherwise everybody will be a Swiss Superman. No, to me, the most important part is consistency and dedication. In order to be able to pull off the feats of strength is, just to me, to be able to pull it off in any match at any time—for example, today, we landed after (a) 13-hour travel day so I haven’t slept in 24 hours and I think I ate something and went to the gym because that’s the dedication you need to have to be as good as I am.

Would you be willing to wrestle Samoa Joe even after what happened — the incident with Tyson Kidd and the muscle buster?

Yes — maybe without the muscle buster. There’s a couple of moves outlawed in the WWE, and I think that one maybe be added. But I wrestled Samoa Joe before, and why not again?

Your best out of seven series with Sheamus is extremely interesting because it’s a mix of styles and it’s fascinating to see you two work outside the structure of championships and as you’ve mentioned, the Authority. Do you think that you can win this and in the future, get the WWE Universal Championship?

Uh, yeah, a hundred percent. Anything is possible. I was three to nothing behind. Yesterday—actually, it kind of is today—I won my first match and made it three to one and I think the momentum completely shifted. Now, I’m on a roll and it’s kinda hard to stop me once I get on a roll and with Sheamus, it’s… You know, we’re very evenly matched, I would say we’re around the same height, the same weight, we both come from a different country, we have a very physical style.

On a good night, it can go either way. That’s why the best of seven series is the best way to settle this ‘cause then we can find out who’s the better one, more physically dominant over that period of time. What is very important is to have momentum and he had the momentum from the first match, to the second match, to the third match. I was able to break that momentum. Now I have the momentum and I just don’t think he’s gonna be able to take it away from me.
And then of course, that will give me a championship opportunity and maybe I will sit here with one of these (the belt) as well.

Can you tell us how challenging it is on a daily basis to try and balance the athletic and the entertainment side of wrestling?

Monday night, we had Raw, right? Then Tuesday we flew to London which is about an eight-hour flight overnight. We wrestled that night in London. Then Wednesday morning we flew to Hong Kong, just 13 hours—can’t even think—then we flew here to Manila, we arrived here today at 11:30 in the morning, got to the hotel at 12:30, went to the gym at 1:30 and here at 4 o’clock.

That’s the side that people don’t see. They only see us be on Monday or Tuesday on television. They think, oh, they work one day a week, they have one day of curtain- no! It’s not that easy! Even in just the United States, we have Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday—all WWE events. And when you get home, you maybe have autograph signing, you have interviews, you need to stay in shape.

It is a lifestyle. It’s not just a job, it’s a lifestyle that you have to love. For me, it’s awesome. I love the travel, I love (going) to different countries. This is my first time here in the Philippines and I’m kind of sad because we’re here for, what is it, 14 hours maybe and all we get to see is the hotel and the arena. Wish we get to see a little bit more. That’s the fun of it, but you have to have a knack for it.

What’s your opinion on the divide stemming from the Daniel Bryan segment on Talking Smack? How do you plan to strike a balance between wrestling a safe, injury-free style and at the same time, being able to go out and entertain crowds and to be noticed?

I think there’s a big divide between. It’s not necessarily the styles, I think there’s a big divide between Daniel Bryan and the Miz in the philosophy of how they approach wrestling. If you look at somebody like Daniel Bryan whose been wrestling for years and I’ve known for over 10 years, going independent in Japan and everywhere, that’s his life. While if you look at somebody like the Miz, he did the Real World and he came to wrestling and he does movies and stuff, so it’s like, he approaches it more from the entertainment side while I feel Daniel is probably approaching more from the sports side.
There will always be a clash, but that’s what makes the WWE so interesting—it’s the clash of styles, that’s what makes match-ups. I love Talking Smack, I think it’s a great show, mainly because it’s live and people just get put on the spot and you get something like that.

I think it’s just a difference in philosophy and you know, there’s always that fine line that you have to walk that you wanna be performing at your best every single time you step into the ring. Through my WWE career, on average, I have 200 matches every single year. I’m one of the handful of people that actually wrestle that many matches. To me, that’s why I’m so focused on being in shape because I feel that helps me being able to perform at that level every single time I step into the ring no matter if I had no sleep, doesn’t matter.

It’s the balance you have to find. I figured, over the years, you will see who can separate themselves from the pack ‘cause they’ll be able to go out there and deliver every single time.

How involved are you in crafting the storylines?

There’s a lot of stuff that’s kind of out of our hands. I’ll just leave it at that. But everything you see me do in the ring is what I wanted to have control over and that’s what I’m trying to get the best of ‘cause there’s a lot of stuff…I guess, with everybody’s life, there’s a lot of stuff you have absolutely no control over what happens to you. You just need to take what you have control over and make it the best, and own it.

Is it a challenge in this unique situation to come up with something new to entertain the fans?
No, absolutely not. No match is ever the same. and if you watch—well, please don’t watch all of my stuff back—but if you would, you would see that it’s never the same. I get bored relatively fast, so to speak, so I always try to keep it interesting for myself and everybody else involved.

Plus, to me, wrestling is my creative outlet. If you think about it, it’s probably more of an artist type thing, as if I’m almost like an artist, and I wouldn’t wanna paint the same picture twice. This best of seven series is great. I get the chance to go in the ring and do something different every single night.

On top of that, wherever you go in the world, the fans are different. The fans in London are different than the fans here in Manila than the fans when we come over in Shanghai or on Monday in Baltimore. That’s what we always say- you feed off the WWE Universe. We feed off the WWE Universe, and the feed off us. Whatever they give you, you need to go with that. And that’s the fun part. That’s why we travel all over the world and that’s why the WWE Universe is so passionate.

It was a shocker to see Kevin Owens win the WWE Universal Championship. He works had and he probably deserves it, but will he get that shot? He got that shot. Did that give you faith that someone like yourself who really works hard will get that opportunity as well?

I think that’s two completely different circumstances. Kevin Owens won the NXT championship about a week after he got on NXT. I think it was his first NXT… He won it pretty fast after he debuted on NXT. And he came on the WWE main roster challenging John Cena right away and he won the WWE title within his first year or close to his first year. He’s been extremely successful and he definitely deserves the title.

For me, it’s been a completely different road and I’m hoping that I’ll get to the point where I’m gonna be the WWE Universal Champion. I wanna be the proof that hard work pays off.

Do you consider your win in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale as your biggest achievement in WWE?

Yes, definitely. Looking back, that’s definitely my biggest achievement. It was in WrestleMania 30 and it was the first ever. My name is always gonna be on the top of that list. So suck it, Big Show and Baron Corbin.

When Tyson Kidd comes back, do you wanna team up again?

If he comes back, a hundred percent. — AT, GMA News

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The life of a WWE superstar may seem glamorous but its star wrestlers see it as a lifestyle that they love, or else, it would have worn them out by now.

Cesaro, 35, whose real name is Claudio Castagnoli, is one such WWE star who feels this way.

In the Philippines recently when WWE made a stop on Sept 9 in Manila for its only show in South-east Asia in 2016, he told a packed media conference: “It’s not just a job, it’s a lifestyle that you have to love.”

A former United States champion and winner of the inaugural Andre the Giant battle royal in 2014, he continued: “After Raw, we flew to London the next day, which is about an eight-hour flight overnight. That night, we wrestled in London. (The next day), we flew to Hong Kong – 13 hours. Another hour and half here to Manila.

“That’s the side that people don’t see. They only see us on Monday or Tuesday on television. They think, oh, they work only one day a week! That’s great!”

“No, it’s not that easy. Even if it were just in the United States, there are WWE events on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday and when you get home, you have, maybe, autograph signings, interviews. You need to stay in shape, so it’s a lifestyle.

“For me, it’s awesome, I love it. I love to travel to different countries. This is my first time here in the Philippines.

“You have to have a knack for it. Other than that, you’re doing live events in the States, trying to squeeze in travel, the gym and the show, it’s a lot.”

Currently embroiled in a feud with fellow wrestler Sheamus who is leading him 3-2 in a best-of-seven series, Cesaro has won the last two matches.

He said: “I’m on the roll and it’s kinda hard to stop me when I’m on a roll. Sheamus and I are evenly matched.

“We’re around the same height, same weight. We both have very physical styles and so, on a good night, it can go either way.

“The best way to settle this is through a best-of-seven series. We’re going to find out who’s the better man.

“It’s very important to have momentum. He had momentum, he won the first three matches. Now I have momentum.

“WWE has given me a championship opportunity. I just don’t think he is going to be taking it away from me.”

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RAW Results:September 12th,2016
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Third Match: (1-3) Cesaro vs. (3-1) Sheamus in Match Number 5 in the Best of Seven Series

Sheamus with a clubbing blow to the back of Cesaro. Cesaro and Sheamus locks up. Cesaro lands a big forearm. Cesaro drops Sheamus with a clothesline for a one count. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer, but Sheamus blocks it. Sheamus drives Cesaro into the corner. Sheamus with a running spear to Cesaro. Cesaro responds with a european uppercut. Cesaro tries to get Sheamus trapped in the Sharpshooter, but Sheamus reaches the bottom rope. Sheamus rolls out of the ring. Cesaro with a rolling cannonball off the ring apron. Cesaro with another european uppercut. Cesaro rolls Sheamus back into the ring. Cesaro goes for the pin, but Sheamus kicks out at the count of two. Sheamus applies pressure to the ribs of Cesaro. Sheamus drives his knee to the gut of Cesaro. Sheamus with a clubbing forearm to the back of Cesaro. Cesaro bounces Sheamus head on the top turnbuckle.

Cesaro ascends to the top rope. Sheamus with a leaping uppercut to Cesaro. Cesaro and Sheamus battles for position on the top rope. Cesaro with a headbutt that sends Sheamus crashing to the canvas. Cesaro connects with a flying crossbody for a two count. Sheamus and Cesaro engage in a series of back forth uppercuts. Sheamus plants Cesaro with a rolling senton for a two count. Sheamus goes for the Texas Cloverleaf Submission Hold, but Cesaro counters with a rollup for a two count. Cesaro connects with the springboard european uppercut. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer, but his backs gives out. Cesaro ducks a clothesline from Sheamus. Cesaro gets Sheamus in the Sharpshooter. Cesaro goes for the Cesaro Swing, but again his back gives out. Sheamus goes for White Noise, but Cesaro blocks it. Sheamus plants Cesaro with the Irish Curse Backbreaker for a two count. Sheamus goes for the Celtic Cross, but Cesaro gets back on his feet. Cesaro rolls Sheamus up with his boot placed on the bottom rope to pickup the victory.

Winner: Cesaro. (Sheamus leads the series 3-2)

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Cesaro is many things: A powerhouse, a former United States and WWE Tag Team Champion, and a hero to countless members of the WWE Universe. Today and most importantly, however, he’s a survivor, defeating Sheamus in Match No. 4 of their Best of Seven Series to prevent The Celtic Warrior from earning a clean sweep.

The Swiss Superman, bolstered by the vocal and impassioned members of the Cesaro Section, captured a strategic pinfall victory over the imposing Irishman at the WWE Live Event at London’s O2 Arena.

With the tally now at 3-1, Cesaro — who is still recovering from a back injury sustained at the hands of Sheamus — must keep his momentum going if he hopes to stave off elimination, as The Celtic Warrior is still just one win away from taking the series and the guaranteed championship opportunity that conquest entails.

Will Cesaro stay alive in Match No. 5 of the Best of Seven Series? Tune in to Raw Monday at 8/7 on USA Network to witness the next hard-hitting collision between two of Team Red’s most physically dominant Superstars.

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RAW Results:September 5th,2016
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Match Three in the Best of Seven Series- Cesaro vs Sheamus

Cesaro is all over Sheamus- taking him down for multiple pinning attempts. Sheamus responds with a body slam. Cesaro’s back is taped up, so Cesaro rolls to the outside to avoid further punishment. Sheamus charges into a clothesline by Cesaro. Sheamus gets back in the ring. Cesaro follows, but Sheamus takes him over with a tilt-a-whirl slam. Sheamus repeatedly knees Cesaro in the back. Cesaro tries to hit the Swiss Death uppercut, but his back gives out. Sheamus hits four Irish curse back breakers in a row. Sheamus hits the Brogue kick. It’s over.

Winner- Sheamus

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Cesaro suffers injury on Raw
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Cesaro suffered multiple contusions to the lumbar spine during his match against Sheamus Monday on Raw, can confirm.

Late in the match, Sheamus backdropped Cesaro into the turnbuckle before locking him in the Cloverleaf. The victory puts Sheamus up 2-0 in their Best of Seven Series.


RAW Results:August 29th,2016
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Best of Seven Series (Match Two): Sheamus vs Cesaro

Cesaro grabs Sheamus by the arm and takes him down to the mat. Cesaro rolls up Sheamus with a la magistral cradle for a one count. Cesaro tries the swing, but Sheamus kicks out of it. Cesaro double foots stomps Sheamus on the chest. Sheamus rolls to the outside. Cesaro knocks Sheamus off the apron. Sheamus hurts his elbow on the ring apron. Sheamus yells for the Referee to look at his elbow. As the Referee is looking at it, Cesaro attacks Sheamus’ Elbow. Cesaro dropkicks Sheamus, then clotheslines him over the top rope.

After the break, Sheamus is working a side headlock on Cesaro. Sheamus whips Cesaro into the ropes and telegraphs a back body drop. Cesaro answers with a European uppercut. Sheamus takes Cesaro down and tries to lock in the cloverleaf. Cesaro fights out of it. Sheamus misses a Brogue kick, which allows Cesaro to land a springboard corkscrew European uppercut. Cesaro goes for the swing again, but Sheamus hooks the bottom rope to stop the swing. Cesaro turns the swing attempt into a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Cesaro lands a running uppercut in the corner.

Sheamus rolls up Cesaro and puts his feet on the ropes, but the Referee sees it and stops the count. Cesaro puts Sheamus on the uppercut train. Cesaro sits Sheamus on the top rope and dropkicks him off. Cesaro tries to uppercut Sheamus on the outside, but Sheamus back body drops him into the ring post. Sheamus tosses Cesaro back into the ring and locks in the cloverleaf. Cesaro taps out immediately.

Winner- Sheamus

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Summerslam Results:August 21st,2016
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Cesaro Backstage Interview:

Andrea D’Marco asks Cesaro about being undervalued. Cesaro says they both know their value and they have a chip on their shoulders so this best of seven is important. A win in the first match gives you an advantage. Cesaro says this is the way to settle this. Less talk and more wrestling.

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

Cesaro and Sheamus locks up. Sheamus drives Cesaro into the corner. Sheamus goes for the Brouge Kick, but Cesaro out of the way. Cesaro connects with the European Uppercut. Cesaro went for a springboard european uppercut, but Sheamus caught him in mid-air. Sheamus with back elbows to Cesaro. Cesaro goes the Cesaro Swing, but Sheamus ducks out of the way. Cesaro connects with the double foot stomp. Cesaro with a dropkick to Sheamus. Sheamus gets Cesaro trapped on the ring apron. Sheamus goes for the Ten Beats to the Chest of Cesaro, but Cesaro blocks it. Sheamus sends Cesaro face first into the steel ring post. Sheamus with a short arm clothesline to Cesaro on the ring apron.

Sheamus connects with the suplex. Sheamus applies an armbar. Cesaro connects with the Swissblade. Cesaro with a european uppercut to Sheamus. Sheamus drops Cesaro with a pumphandle slam. Sheamus applies an rear chin lock. Cesaro with a series of double axe handle’s to the gut of Sheamus. Sheamus plants Cesaro with the Irish Curse Backbreaker. Sheamus connects with the rolling senton. Cesaro and Sheamus crashes to the outside as both men struggle to land a suplex. Sheamus with a series of uppercut’s to Cesaro. Cesaro slaps Sheamus. Cesaro brings Sheamus upon the Uppercut Express.

Cesaro connects with the standing dropkick that sends Sheamus crashing to the outside. Cesaro connects with the delayed vertical superplex for a two count. Sheamus with a roll up for a two count. Cesaro goes for the Neturalizer, but Sheamus counters with White Noise for a two count. Sheamus with a rolling senton off the second rope for a two count. Sheamus goes for the Brouge Kick, but Cesaro counters with a big boot. Cesaro drops Sheamus with a vicious lariat for a two count. Cesaro with a crossbody off the top rope. Cesaro gets Sheamus in the Cesaro Swing. Cesaro gets Sheamus in the Sharpshooter, but Sheamus reaches the bottom rope. Cesaro goes for the Sharpshooter, but Sheamus pokes Cesaro in the eye. Sheamus sends Cesaro shoulder first into the steel ring post. Sheamus connects with the Brouge Kick to pickup the victory.

Winner: Sheamus Leads The Series 1-0

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A Best of Seven Series between Cesaro and Sheamus to determine which Superstar is physically dominant — and, perhaps, worthy of championship consideration — gets underway this Sunday at SummerSlam.

If the series’ opener is anything like The Swiss Superman and The Celtic Warrior’s last two outings on Raw, the WWE Universe is in for a gloriously unpretentious knock-down, drag-out fight in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Cesaro holds the edge over Sheamus heading into the series, having defeated the former World Champion in close-fought matches on Aug. 1 and 8. The Celtic Warrior contends the losses, the second of which ended via a quick roll-up by Cesaro, were flukes. Bitter over the outcome, Sheamus cost Cesaro dearly later that night, interfering in the Swiss Superstar’s U.S. Championship Match against Rusev.

The hostility continued the following week, with the two Superstars brawling again at the conclusion of Sheamus’ match against Sami Zayn. Seeking to control the chaos, as well as reach a definitive answer as to which athlete deserves to move up the ranks, Raw General Manager Mick Foley then set in motion the Best of Seven Series.

Sheamus will not only be packing a bad attitude this Sunday, but also his typically barbaric sense of competition. With an unrelenting attack and a Brogue Kick powerful enough to detach heads from shoulders, the 6-foot-4, 267-pound Irishman is intent on setting a vicious tone for the Best of Seven Series.

His cool-under-pressure opponent is equally capable of jacking jaws, using a breathtaking variety of European uppercuts to his advantage. And though The Swiss Superman sacrifices some size to Sheamus, he seems to possess the raw strength to toss around anyone smaller than a Volkswagen.

Who will be victorious in the crucially important first match of the Best of Seven Series? Tune in to SummerSlam, live on the award-winning WWE Network this Sunday at 7 ET/4 PT, to watch the all-out battle.

RAW Results:August 15th,2016
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Sheamus vs Sami Zayn

Before the bell rings Zayn throws his coat in Sheamus’ face. Sheamus and Zayn tussle and fall to the mat, taking the referee with them. The referee separates Sheamus and Zayn, then rings the bell. Sheamus takes Zayn down to the mat with a headlock takeover. Sheamus whips Zayn into the ropes, but Zayn takes Sheamus over with a head scissors. Sheamus rolls to the outside. Zayn sets up for a dive, but Sheamus moves out of the way. Zayn lands on the apron and attempts a diving DDT, but Sheamus catches Zayn and drives him back first into the ring post.

After a short break, Sheamus lands a running knee, followed by a short arm clothesline. Sheamus hits a tilt-a-whirl power slam for a two count. Ten beats of the Bowery by Sheamus. Sheamus hits the ropes, but Zayn destroys him with a lariat. Sheamus rolls to the outside. Tope by Zayn to Sheamus. Zayn mounts the top rope, but as he dives off Sheamus moves. White noise by Sheamus for another two count. Sheamus picks up Zayn, but Zayn picks him up and dropped him with the blue thunder bomb for another near fall. Zayn sets up the Helluva kick, but Sheamus catches him in the Irish curse back breaker. Sheamus calls for the brogue kick, but Cesaro gets on the apron to distract him. Zayn hits the Helluva kick for the win!

Winner- Sami Zayn

Backstage, Sheamus and Cesaro are being separated by referees. Foley walks in and tells Cesaro and Sheamus that they are going to have a best of seven series. The first match will be at SummerSlam.

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