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The Cesaro Show – Bad News Barrett

Posted on: April 18, 2014 | Filed under: The Cesaro Show, WWE Related

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Cesaro: I wish you a wonderful evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Landvogt TV with Cesaro. My guest tonight, none other than: Bad News Barrett!

Cesaro: Yeah, very funny from Bad News here. I will ask him straight away how it feels to be back in the WWE ring.

Cesaro: Bad News says that he has many talents, but that his biggest talent lies – in his opinion – in the WWE ring. That he’s back is of course good news for him, but bad news for everyone else in the WWE, and he said that includes me, but… we both know that’s not true. He immediately zoomed off, probably because he’s still mad because England will not make it past the Group Challenges in the World Cup. With that being said, see you next time! Bye!

Rumors about Cesaro’s Entrance Song and the Cesaro Section

Posted on: April 17, 2014 | Filed under: WWE Related

Adding to the latest rumors about Cesaro walking in without an entrance music, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that it was indeed a trick to get some attention towards the newest Paul Heyman guy, that the situation yet isn’t supposed to be permanent. A new entrance song is in the making.

Furthermore, the same source comments on the fact that the WWE is handing out Cesaro Section signs to the crowd even though his alliance with Paul Heyman is supposed to make him (or keep him as) a heel persona. This seems to be WWE’s attempt to recreate a Daniel Bryan like situation in which the fans demand a face turn of Cesaro, using his growing popularity for this matter.
According to current speculations, the babyface turn will follow and result into a match of Cesaro against Paul Heyman’s other client, Brock Lesnar.

Rumors about the Paul Heyman & Cesaro Collaboration

Posted on: April 16, 2014 | Filed under: Other, Videos, WWE Related

According to Richard Gray from WrestlingNewsWorld the collaboration between Paul Heyman and Cesaro was an idea the two talents pitched to Vince McMahon personally who instantly loved it. Furthermore, the ides of not giving Cesaro an entrance music was the idea of McMahon and Heyman to establish some new and unique way to announce the Swiss Superman to come to the ring. Triple H, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to be a fan of this music-less entrance.

In this interview former NXT talent and ROH Tag Team Partner of Cesaro talks about how Heyman got notice of Cesaro and Sami Zayn during their 2 out of 3 falls match.

Backstage Fallout – Raw 14th 2014

Posted on: April 14, 2014 | Filed under: Backstage Fallout, WWE Related

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Paul Heyman finds out that Rob Van Dam will be Cesaro‘s next opponent in the Tournament for the Number One Contender’s spot for the Intercontinental Championship.

Raw Results – April 14th 2014

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The common thread weaving throughout the newest episode of Raw was, next to the tribute to legendary Ultimate Warrior, the tournament to define the number #1 contender for the Intercontinental Championship, currently held by Big E.

The King of Swing, Cesaro, faced Mark Henry in his first match of the tournament, coming out to the honoring words of his advocate Paul Heyman instead of a new theme song. After his clash with The Big Show on Smackdown the week prior, the World’s Strongest Man didn’t pose too big of a challenge for the Swiss Superman. It took several European Uppercuts to get the master of the Hall of Pain down to his knees, but ultimately, Mark Henry ended up in The Neutralizer.

Cesaro‘s next opponent for the tournament will be Rob Van Dam, after the high flyer defeated Alberto Del Rio earlier this evening.

Raw Five-Point Preview

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The next “Next Big Thing”

As if Cesaro hadn’t already cemented himself as a major player in WWE with a huge victory in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 30, “The King of Swing” was officially anointed as a Paul Heyman Guy the following night. When you’re aligned with the man who masterminded the end of The Undertaker’s vaunted Streak at The Show of Shows, you’re destined to, as Heyman himself puts it, become “the next great commodity in sports-entertainment.”

In a Hulk Hogan-esque feat of strength on SmackDown, Cesaro manhandled the 425-pound Big Show to stun the giant with his signature Neutralizer, though his former allies Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter continue to meddle in the former U.S. Champion’s affairs. Moving forward, how will the powerful Swiss Superman benefit from the tutelage of one of the most calculating minds in WWE history?

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House Show Results

Posted on: April 13, 2014 | Filed under: House Show Results, Results

Hidalgo – April 12th 2014

Cesaro defeated Dolph Ziggler

Chattanooga – April 13th 2014

Cesaro defeated Dolph Ziggler

WWE Poll – Which Cesaro feat of strength was more impressive?

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In a new poll on poll, you can vote which feat of strength of Cesaro was more impressive when it comes to his latest opponent, The Big Show. Take the poll here!

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