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Re: Officials Very High on Cesaro and See Money in him
Originally Posted by DoubleDeckerBar
Just been watching a few videos on him on youtube, and I gotta say, wow, this guy is awesome in the ring. I had no idea how fun he was to watch, he certainly hasn't demonstrated this in WWE as of yet. They really need to let him do some of the moves he did in the indies, in WWE, he'd get over for sure.
So far, his tenure in WWE has been pretty bland, not bad per-say, just not overly entertaining.
WWE has barely placed a toe in the water, metaphorically speaking, with regards to Cesaro's actual depth as a performer. They've kept most of his matches short and to the point, with the possible exception of that match he had against Zack Ryder at Night of Champions, which was something of a sleeper. They have yet to expand upon his character, either, although I suppose dumping Aksana is a start. He needs a few little tweaks to the character, given a greater chance to be more versatile with it. Since they insist on him being an ex-rugby player, he should badmouth the nearest NFL teams each week and say that there's no honor in American sports, yadda, yadda. At first it would seem like "cheap heat" but he's the perfect character to make it fairly seamless and pointed. Also bring in some actor to play an official of the Rugby League European Federation, who wants to sit down and talk with AJ and Booker T about how it's wrong to have this man in WWE because of his excessively violent tendencies. They've already planted the seed, why not formally introduce Chekhov's gun? Whenever Cesaro gets into a truly heated feud, fans will know in the back of their minds that he can flip and become terribly brutal at any given moment.