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The Miami Herald met with the King of Swing Cesaro for an interview.
Read what the Swiss Superman has to say about Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger, the Cesaro Swing, and more!
“It’s a really basic move. I’m a really big fan of the history of wrestling. The Giant Swing is a throwback. I used it prior to WWE quite a bit. One of the days I thought about bringing it back. It connected with the crowd. I’ve been doing it ever since.”
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Spoilers underneath the cut.
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Sirens blasting through the arena announce the arrival of the “King of Swing” Cesaro and his advocate Paul Heyman. After Heyman reminded the WWE Universe again that his other client, Brock Lesnar, conquered the Undertaker’s Streak at Wrestlemania XXX, it was Cesaro‘s time to advance in the Intercontinental Championship Number One Contender’s Tournament!
In this Semi Finals match, the Swiss powerhouse Cesaro faced the high flyer and former ECW star Rob Van Dam. That match was a display of power, strength, and speed. Every attempt to cover was broken up at the count of 2, Cesaro and RVD giving each other one hell of a fight. Van Dam was even in for a big Cesaro Swing – as the Swiss man’s former tag team partner and mentor Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter appeared on the scene.
Distracting Cesaro it seemed like Rob Van Dam could capitalize of the situation, but the Swiss Superman was more than aware of the threat, meeting a flying RVD with an Uppercut. Close to being counted out, the referee got distracted while Jack Swagger pushed his former partner and friend into the steel post. BY the count of 10, Cesaro didn’t manage to return to the ring, Rob Van Dam advancing to the finals of the tournament.
The actions of The Real Americans didn’t go without revenge! While Swagger managed to prevent Cesaro to swing Colter around in the ring, he ended up in the Cesaro Swing himself.
After the match, Renee Young welcomed Rob Van Dam for an interview. It wasn’t long before Paul Heyman and his client Cesaro showed up on the scene, accusing Van Dam of accepting such a tainted victory. The only thing RVD had to answer to that was an advice for Cesaro though: He should stay far away from Paul Heyman if he knew what was good for him.
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Cesaro will break away from Paul Heyman and challenge Brock Lesnar
After standing in Brock Lesnar’s corner when The Beast Incarnate snapped The Streak, Paul Heyman is now considered by many as the greatest manager in sports-entertainment history and rightly so. Prior to WrestleMania 30, Heyman was, arguably, tied with Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, despite the fact that the mad scientist is the only manager to have represented three consecutive WWE Champions: Lesnar, Big Show and Kurt Angle.
There is only one WWE World Heavyweight Champion and Paul Heyman wants to manage him. But when lobbying for one of his “Guys” to challenge for the WWE World Championship, who will Heyman choose: Cesaro or Lesnar? The Beast Incarnate has more experience in the title picture, so Heyman will push for Lesnar. Cesaro, being a proud alpha male, will then have Heyman and Lesnar in his crosshairs, and a battle between two of WWE’s strongest Superstars will ensue that will break bones – and the bank – in equal measure.
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In the semi-finals of the Intercontinental Championship No. 1 Contender’s Tournament taking place on this week’s Raw, it will be Rob Van Dam vs. Cesaro and Sheamus vs. Bad News Barrett. The winners will advance to a final round to determine who will face reigning titleholder Big E at Extreme Rules in less than two weeks.
Few have known RVD over the years quite like ECW mastermind Paul Heyman, the architect behind the end of The Undertaker’s Streak and the vocal advocate of “The King of Swing,” Cesaro. Despite their prior association in Extreme Championship Wrestling, there will be no love lost between Van Dam and Heyman as an Intercontinental Championship opportunity at Extreme Rules hangs in the balance. [...] Who will survive the next round of this single-elimination tournament?
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