One of the most talented members of the WWE's roster is none other than former United States Champion Cesaro.
Cesaro is currently 37-years-old and has been in the professional wrestling business since 2000 when he began working the independent circuit in Europe.
"The Swiss Superman" has had the privilege of working all over the world for promotions such as Chikara, Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), Ring Of Honor (ROH), Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), and so many more.
He signed with WWE in 2011 under a developmental deal and was sent to their then-developmental program in Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). Cesaro left to the main roster and made his debut on an episode of SmackDown in 2012 before FCW was changed to NXT.
Cesaro had a nice reign as United States Champion and has seen himself managed by the likes of Zeb Colter and Paul Heyman. He is a highly decorated tag team competitor as he has teamed up with the likes of Jack Swagger, Tyson Kidd, and now Sheamus.
He has won the RAW Tag Team Titles three times alongside "The Celtic Warrior" and also had a World Tag Team Title run with Tyson Kidd.
Although having success in the tag team division is great Cesaro still has aspirations to one day become a WWE World Champion. He was recently interviewed on 102.5 Hot Country KDY to promote a recent show, and was asked about his professional wrestling career.
Currently sitting at 37 years of age, Cesaro was asked how much longer he plans on competing inside the squared circle. Here's what he had to say (quotes via Wrestling Inc.):
"I just try to think day by day. Because, to me, if you think too long ahead, you no longer enjoy the moment. And that's a problem that a lot of people have nowadays.
"They always reminisce about they had, and then they look forward to what they'll have in the future [that they] forget about the moment. I just try to enjoy the moment, and see how long I can do this.
"I'm feeling great, and the best shape I've ever been. That's another goal of mine to always be in the best shape, and let's just wait and see. As long as I'm having fun, I'll keep doing it."
What are your thoughts on Cesaro saying that he doesn't really think about how much longer he plans on wrestling? How much longer do you expect the 37-year-old former United States Champion to compete inside the squared circle? And do you see a potential World Title run for him given his age? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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