More Cesaro vs Orton please...
I will have to admit I was actually interested in this Randy Orton match. Granted Cesaro did the job, but I think there is still room for another match after Royal Rumble once Miz loses to Antonio. I think Cesaro should be the one who eliminates Orton from the Rumble. That way it sets up a few more matches with the two men. I say this because I feel like these two work perfect in the ring against one another. Both about even in height, and weight. Most of us would agree that both are solid in the ring technicians. They seem to bring out the best in each other. Not to mention I think it's time Orton properly do the job to Cesaro who has paid his due as United States Champion.
More than that I think there are some things that these two could do in the ring that would showcase Cesaro's move set. The Big Swing happens to be one of them, and the U.F.O is another. I just think those two moves alone would add a bit of a story to their matches. Plus I think both men are talented to pull off a move like the U.F.O. It takes the discipline of both men to pull a move like that off. I don't expect these two to have great moments on the mic. I would prefer their words be short, and sweet. Orton should tell Cesaro that he knows Antonio's real problem in life, and it has nothing to do with Americans, or America. Randy says he is calling Cesaro's bluff.
Orton points out that Cesaro is an outsider, but it has nothing to do with his country. Randy tells the WWE Universe that Cesaro was a name coming in to the WWE, and that Cesaro had built himself a reputation after his teen years playing Rugby. Orton says the Antonio is from the Independent wrestling scene. Orton schools the casuals by informing them of what that exactly means. This is something that I feel Randy has always been good at, and telling the WWE Universe about this other wrestling world is edgy. It's taboo for the WWE to mention anything outside of their realm. Orton is that guy who can break that wall down, and in fact it's what he needs in order to stay interesting.
It's rare that we have two larger athletes like Orton, and Cesaro who can actually go in the ring. Orton is a perfectionists, and I noticed with their previous matches that they work well together. Solid wrestling is still interesting because fans can get in to the match easier at the event, and if it's aired a live crowd makes all the difference to the show in general. These two men may not be high-flyers, but they can easily whoa an audience if given the chance. This feud could be the last straw for Orton, and thus eventually turns heel down the line. However I feel like these two should have several more matches for our viewing pleasure because some of us still like "wrestling".