No one really thought a tag team between “Stunning” Steve Austin and “Flyin’” Brian Pillman would amount to anything in WCW. But the success of the two former singles stars into a dynamite tag team is proof opposites attract.
It’s bad enough that SmackDown has become the clear “B show”, where unimportant things happen and anything of value is saved for Raw, but now it’s including the rushed and nonsensical booking that permeates the flagship show.
The WWE is at the start of a new era in history with its current youth movement. Several stars appear destined for big things in the WWE, but how many will truly live up to the potential expected by the office and more importantly, the fans?
Ever since working in Ring of Honor under his birth name, Claudio Castagnoli, Cesaro has impressed everybody that has ever seen him work. In just two short years with WWE, he became the first inaugural winner of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at Wrestlemania XXX and is on the verge of emerging as a top star in the WWE.
Cesaro recently spoke with the Miami Herald to speak...
I am not sure what shocked me more form Monday night – the fact that Daniel Bryan remained the WWE World Champion after the show, or the solid move by the company to have Cesaro turn on Zeb Colter and become the newest “Paul Heyman Guy.” This is a move that will undoubtedly move Cesaro – although still a heel – toward stardom and a potential title.