Although there was scepticism at WWE’s decision to have Sheamus team up with Cesaro, fans will admit that the company made a fantastic decision when you look back at what the two have managed to accomplish.
Alongside the New Day and The Usos, The Bar can certainly be entered into the conversation as one of the best teams in WWE. On Monday Night RAW, they’ve steamrolled through the competition which is why they’re heading into WrestleMania 34 as the RAW tag team champions.
However, something which still irks much of the WWE Universe is that despite his superior talent and popularity among the fans, the company never pulled the trigger on giving Cesaro a run as world champion.
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It all boils down to Vince McMahon’s infamous brass ring comments on the Stone Cold podcast, but it’s clear for all to see that The Swiss Superman grabbed the brass ring on multiple occasions - which is perhaps why he and Tyson Kidd dubbed themselves The Brass Ring Club.
While Cesaro might be enjoying plenty of success right now in the tag team division, Sheamus is someone who has seen plenty of singles success and has labelled Cesaro not capturing a world championship a crime.
However, he has stated that when the day comes, it’s going to be very special when the duo spoke on E&C’s Pod of Awesomeness.
According to Wrestling Inc, Sheamus said: “I think for Cesaro, everyone wants it and when it does happen, man, it’s going to mean so much more.
“We’ll tag team for as long as possible, but then we’ll get in the situation again of maybe we’ll go away for a bit, but we’ll always have this. There will be a time when we both go singles and Cesaro, like, I’ve said it many times in interviews.
“The fact that he hasn’t been world champion already is an absolute crime, but it’s going to happen. I know it will because there’s no one more determined than him and when it does, it’s going to be an epic moment.”
Cesaro is always going to have his doubters are there are always going to be fans that agree with Vince and claim that he fails to connect with the audience. However, his popularity and talent speak volumes, although one assumption which probably does ring true is that his microphone work isn’t the best where his lack of confidence is visible to see.
But if WWE can make Jinder Mahal the WWE Champion, even if it was for monetary reasons, then experimenting with Cesaro might not be the worst idea the company makes in 2018.
For now, The Bar need to focus on the mammoth task that is Braun Strowman at the Grandest Stage of Them All next month.
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