Cesaro Interview: Daniel Bryan's Retirement, Missing WrestleMania & More

Cesaro is currently overseas in the Middle East and recently spoke with The National. Here are some highlights of what he said about:

Rehabbing His Shoulder

“Rehab is going really well. It is kind of up to the doctors opinion. It is a very bad time to be hurt, lets put it that way. I had a torn rotator cuff that I tried to work through, because I didn’t realise how bad it was and I had to get it fixed. They said four to six months, with six months being more likely so that will put me out for quite a bit.”

Missing WrestleMania 32:

“It is very hard, but I am trying to stay positive and get through rehab and coming here to the UAE and seeing how enthusiastic the fans are has helped. I was also in Germany recently and seeing how supportive they were really helps keep a positive mindset.”

Daniel Bryan’s Retirement:

“Yes, it was a definitely a shock. I was hoping it was not true at first. It makes you very sad as Bryan was a good friend of mine. I have known him for over 10 years and you do not want to see that happen to one of your friends. But I am very happy he was able to kind of end it on his terms.”

Who He Wants To Face When He Returns:

“I think I have faced pretty much everyone that is in the WWE. AJ Styles is new and I think he is the only one since I got hurt to have arrived in the WWE that I have not stood in the ring with.” When asked about Brock Lesnar, he added: “I have not done a singles with Brock. It is definitely not mine [ambition, to face him] as I’d rather stand in the ring against someone is with WWE the whole time.”

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