The WWE Draft took place on SmackDown Live last night and it has shaped the future of the WWE for a few years to come.
Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose were the first picks for both brands, while John Cena and Roman Reigns were split up, landing on SmackDown and Monday Night Raw respectively.
There were certainly some weird picks along the way, including Cesaro being drafted with one of the very last selections on the live show draft that appeared during SmackDown. The Swiss Superman wasn't too happy about it. Scroll down to watch.
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Speaking after SmackDown went off the air and it was only available on the WWE Network, Cesaro went off on the Draft, the McMahon's and his perception in the company.
As of right now, the WWE haven't put the interview on their official YouTube channel unlike the other interviews, so it seems like Cesaro really did say stuff he wasn't meant to and shot on the Draft.
"First of all I'm not too happy to be drafted 17th in the 6th round," Cesaro said. "I had a feeling I should be drafted a little bit higher, I was hoping to be at least top ten."
But he didn't end there.
"Just looking at the rosters and what the GMs talked about yesterday how SmackDown is going to be the wrestling show and all about in-ring product and all about the Superstars and not necessarily about the GMs and that whole drama, I feel like I probably would have been a better fit for SmackDown," the former Claudio Castagnoli added.
Cesaro went on to add that Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon being charge of RAW is part of the problem, with their relationship and ability to co-exist taking the attention away from the wrestlers.
"We have Seth Rollins, we have New Day, we have Finn Bálor coming up from NXT - those are the people we should be here talking about. But we're talking about Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley which is annoying to me."
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