The WWE is still looking for its new World Heavyweight Champion and it is edging closer to the final after last night's results on Monday Night Raw.
Kevin Owens defeated Neville, Dean Ambrose defeated Dolph Ziggler, Roman Reigns defeated Cesaro, and Alberto Del Rio defeated Kalisto. This means the semi-finals at Survivor Series are as follows; Kevin Owens vs Dean Ambrose, and Roman Reigns vs Alberto Del Rio.
The best match and segment overall has to go to the Reigns vs Cesaro match, which was won by the former Shield man via pinfall and the two shaking hands at the end of the match. But a very interesting segment took place before the match between The Swiss Sensation and Triple H.
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It was the same message he has preached for the past few weeks to other superstars in the WWE; come join The Authority and we can help you reach the top of the company and win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. You can view that in the clip at the bottom of this article.
The Game spoke about the possibility with Cesaro working together, saying: "Maybe it's time to grab that brass ring." And although this is an unlikely avenue to go down, it could work well for the company.
The WWE is looking for a top heel, and with Triple H as his manager, Cesaro could be just that. While he has been knocked out of the championship tournament, it doesn't close the door of opportunity for the Swiss Superstar.
The WWE Universe have been urging the company to push Cesaro so much, there's even a Cesaro Section that backs him in every one of his matches. With Triple H as his manager, The Swiss Sensation has a unique in-ring speaker on his side, and with his wrestling skills and talents, it's a winning combination.
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