Cesaro has been a part of WWE TV since 2012 and whilst he has been at the forefront of much of the action over those past four years, it seems Cesaro remains frustrated with his current positioning in WWE.
The former United States Champion was sidelined in November last year and required rotator cuff surgery that kept him out of action until the night after WrestleMania this year, but he has revealed that the time on the shelf is the reason he hasn't become World Champion yet.
In a recent interview with The Mirror, Cesaro was asked if he was happy with his progress in the company so far.
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He said: "Not really, I wanted to be [world] champion by now, and I haven't achieved that! The journey ahead seems still so long, but I'm happy I came back 100%, I didn't come back 70% or something.
I'm getting better every day. I'm just enjoying myself. Trying to approach it a little bit different. Just having more fun, especially in the ring, and letting the fans have fun with me together, from my new entrance to the whole thing I do."
Cesaro has recently been heavily linked with a move to SmackDown since Jack Swagger was able to switch brands a few weeks ago after it was made apparent that there was nothing for him on Raw.
The former Intercontinental Champion vented his frustrations at being drafted over to Raw back in July following the draft so would potentially be happy to be moved over to the blue brand where much of the programme is concentrated on wrestling ability rather than promo ability.
Cesaro's promo skill has been one of the things that have held him back throughout his career and he does seem as though he has improved on the mic over the past few years but he is still not at the level where many main eventers are.
Cesaro takes on Sheamus tonight with the winner being handed a United States Championship shot in the near future, this means that a win for Cesaro could set up a future match with either Rusev or Roman Reigns.
The Swiss Superman returned to the WWE back in April with a new mindset and a new James Bond inspired entrance, but even this hasn't managed to give him the success he still seems to crave.
A shot at a mid-card Championship might be exactly what Cesaro needs, this Best of Seven Series with Sheamus seems to have dragged on for a while and it will be good for Cesaro to move on to face someone else in a much bigger rivalry that could then set him up for the rest of the year.
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