It's hilarious this thread even exists. Guy has been here less than a year and you people think you know how his career is gonna go. I should red rep all of you for being so naive.
I don't know he'll be on top of the company, I know he'll be really good. The dude's great on the mic. Remember when Angle showed up, talking about the 3 I's? Condescending to the crowd about diet and physical fitness? The promos themselves weren't amazing, but the delivery was great, his portrayal of that ridiculous, cartoony character was great and entertaining, which is how you knew that with improvement (which is inevitable) he would be great on the mic. Its just like Damien Sandow. Nobody thinks Damien Sandow will be the WWE Champion and the "intellectual savior of the masses," asking the audience three questions like its a f'n game show. His entertaining portrayal of that ridiculous, simple gimmick, however, shows us how great he is on the mic, which is why we know he'll be great someday.
Wrestlers improve. Gimmicks change. As it is, he's very entertaining. Same goes for Sandow, in my opinion.
Mic skills are rarer than everyone realizes. I've said this before on this thread, I'll say it again: Cesaro's mic skills are only behind 10 members of the roster today, and I'm being generous (I think, still just my opinion): Punk, Big Show, Sheamus, John Cena, Wade Barrett, Damien Sandow, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Miz, and Randy Orton.
I think those 10 guys are the only guys who are better on the microphone than Cesaro, a WWE rookie. All of those guys improved with time, and most are continuing to improve, that's how the mental part of wrestling works. If anyone thinks another wrestler is better on the mic, please tell me.
That list of wrestlers with real mic skills should put Cesaro's talent in context. He's very good at what he does, and he'll only improve with time.