The following are highlights of a new “This Is Infamous” interview with Cesaro:
On Dolph Ziggler and the WWE Intercontinental Title: “Well I think Dolph has done a great job elevating the tile just because he is a very good in-ring competitor. He’s never as good as I am, which is why I think I should be the Intercontinental Champion. If you look at the Intercontinental Champion, historically that has always belonged to the best of the best in-ring talent, the best wrestler, whatever you want to call it, that came out night after night, produced night after night, and that will be me. So I think rightfully the Intercontinental Championship should be mine from Smackdown, and I’ll go into Hell in a Cell as the Intercontinental Champion.”
On if he disappointed in how the program with Jack Swagger ended? “Yeah, you know, I was definitely sad the way it ended. I think we could have… We should have won the Tag Team Championship. We would probably still be Tag Team Champions. And that’s my only regret.”
On the Cesaro Swing: “I put the Swing in every now and again. There’s enough one-trick ponies in the WWE, and I don’t wanna be one of them. If I feel like it’s right time to bust out the Swing, I’ll do it. But as you and everyone else has seen, there’s plenty of excitement in my matches with or without the Swing.”
On his time with Paul Heyman: “Well, you know, to have a chance to work with Paul Heyman, if you didn’t take it you’d be a fool. Of course I’m not a fool, so why wouldn’t I take the chance to be working with Paul Heyman very closely, learning from him, sitting under the learning tree,for lack of a better term. I did that and I thought that was a very good time for me. Very successful, and I learned a lot. That’s very important because it’s all about building the future. You wanna learn, and you wanna get better, and that’s what I do.”
Check out the complete interview at ThisIsInfamous.com.
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