Cesaro opens up on Seth Rollins

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Cesaro opens up on Seth Rollins

Cesaro and Seth Rollins are two longtime friends, the two have known each other since they fought outside the WWE. Indeed, during an old interview with WWE India, the Messiah had declared that if WWE ever decided to put him in the Hall of Fame, he would like Cesaro to introduce him.

The two, however, do not just clash in the ring, in fact, they often train together above all by doing CrossFit, a passion they have in common. Cesaro and Rollins, as regards the last few months in WWE, have delighted us with pure wrestling matches.

In fact, they put on a crazy show for example at Wrestlemania 37, where Cesaro won his first single match at the Grandaddy of Them All.

Cesaro speaks about Seth Rollins

Driven by their friendship, the Swiss Superman wanted to let people know that he wants old Seth Rollins back and will try to bring him back to Hell in a Cell, because he believes that the WWE roster can enjoy more the presence of a character like the past Rollins, than what it is now, now worthy of the fashion week.

Speaking to Sportskeeda's Amar Anand he said: “I would like to say that we have had a similar path to get to this point. How we got here is different. He basically stabbed everyone in the back, as we saw with the Shield, to get where he wanted.

I tried to keep my integrity intact to be where I am today. It would be great to beat him again at Hell in a Cell and give him some common sense. For example, I know that the Seth Rollins I knew would be great to have him back on the roster.

This new guy with crazy suits, he can walk away." For now, however, we remind you that this hypothetical match that Cesaro would like has not yet been confirmed by the WWE, but we can say that we are on the right track with the storyline, which sees the two still have an unfinished business after Seth Rollins' attacks on SmackDown.

Euro 2020 will begin on June 11, 2021, and Cesaro's home country, Switzerland, will be a part of the competition. They will face the likes of Wales, Turkey, and Italy, with their opener coming against Wales on June 12. Breel Embolo, Xherdan Shaqiri, and captain Granit Xhaka will be the ones to look out for in the Swiss team.

Switzerland would like to do one better than their performance in the last competition in 2016, where they were knocked out in the Round of 16.