WWE star Cesaro recently sat for an interview with Corey Graves on the latest edition of WWE After the Bell podcast. The former WWE United States Champion opened up on wanting to go on a hiatus and reflected on how he gained momentum lately in his career. He further added what motivated him throughout the pandemic.
Cesaro talks about the fans
Cesaro seems to be given the opportunity to get way up to the cards recently. The Swiss Cyborg is one of the talented stars in WWE and undoubtedly one of the best to step foot in the squared circle ever.
During the conversation he was questioned about if he wanted to take a break from pro wrestling in the wake of the pandemic when he replied that he actually did.
He said: “I would be lying if I would say no.”
After the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic the whole world was in turmoil and everything was disrupted. Everyone wanted to get things back to normal and Cesaro was no exception.
Moreover, WWE Universe was also refrained from the WWE shows though WWE brought ThunderDome. He spoke about how the pro wrestling is all about the interaction with the fans
He said: “What I loved about pro wrestling so much is the interaction with the fans, the fact that it’s like sports entertainment. That’s what I grew up with, it’s a way to engage the audience to have them be part of your match, story, and emotion.”
Cesaro felt that losing out on the fans at the shows was “something completely different” but he never felt frustrated with what he was doing inside the ring.
At Elimination Chamber pay-per-view which took place last week, Cesaro did not win the chamber match to earn a Universal Championship that night but he is fine with that.
He went on to speak about the WrestleMania set to take place for two nights at Raymond James Stadium and believes that he has gained momentum before the flagship pay-per-view of WWE.
He said: “I’m extremely excited for those two nights in Raymond James Stadium. That’s a big deal because I feel like I’ve created some momentum for me going into WrestleMania.“
Cesaro continued to talk about his plans for WrestleMania 37. He said more than anything, he would love to have a singles match at WrestleMania, and named Seth Rollins, Shinsuke Nakamura, Big E as his potential opponents at he event.