With such a large roster consisting of so many talented WWE superstars of all abilities, it must be frustrating when the same names are fronting shows week in, week out.
Voicing your views on this regular occurrence however, is apparently not something WWE want to hear about if you don't agree with the method they carry out.
This was the case of Cesaro, an extremely impressive WWE superstar who has not yet received the opportunity to be a consistent top-level performer.
Voicing his opinion
Following the comments he made about John Cena and Randy Orton however, Cesaro could well be facing new problems as it seems he is being somewhat punished by the industry for the criticisms he made.
As PWS reports, the Swiss Sensation made the following remark: “It is a new era of guys. It’s a new generation, and it’s a lot of fun to watch that because there are fresh match-ups. I mean, I’m sick of seeing John Cena against Randy Orton for the 500th time. It’s great that we have some new, young guys that can come out and provide absolutely great match-ups and for the fans there are fresh, exciting matches and things to watch.”
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What Cesaro stated is to many members of the WWE Universe at present, a fair point. But having lost two straight falls during his match against Dolph Ziggler at Hell in a Cell last weekend as well as being the victim of a huge attack by Dean Ambrose on the following episode of Monday Night Raw, it appears he is being punished for airing his views.
Precious Randy Orton
An interesting point is that one of Cesaro's fellow WWE Superstars, Randy Orton, has also made criticisms of late but is seemingly not being punished for it because he is apparently "bullet proof" within the company.
According to examiner.com, Orton responded to criticism from fans about the lack of his merchandise at arena shows by saying he will get more shirts for sale when WWE makes room for other stars instead of just pushing John Cena merchandise.
This is of course a bold statement and supposedly proves that the industry's treatment of its wrestlers is not always entirely fair.