Mick Foley: "Vince McMahon never saw in Cesaro what I saw"

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Mick Foley: "Vince McMahon never saw in Cesaro what I saw"

Hall Of Famer WWE, Mick Foley spoke about Cesaro's farewell from the Stamford-based company. About his feelings on Cesaro's exit: “I am really disappointed because I have been one of Cesaro's biggest supporters for a long time since I saw him work in independent federations in the early 2000s.

I also saw him in Ring of Honor between 2005 and 2006. Vince McMahon never saw in him what I saw instead and what many saw instead. He could be a great WWE champion. This Cesaro boy can work anywhere in the world. While Aew would obviously be a great destination for him, I'd love to see him in other places.

He is one of those guys who works well everywhere because he is one of those who have different styles and with anyone he can play great matches."

Mick Foley: "Cesaro is an extraordinary athlete"

On Cesaro, Mick Foley then continued: “ He is one of the greatest workers of this generation.

I hate the idea of ​​him being identified as a guy who doesn't have what it takes to be a great champion. Why wasn't he given a real chance to see what would happen and how he would behave? I mean, he's done great things every time he's given the chance.

It was a great pleasure to work with him when I was the GM of Raw. I think the things I've done with him and Sheamus are my favorite. He should be a great champion and he will be. WWE's rout will be pro wrestling's profit because it will do great things elsewhere, I'm sure.

A great man, a great wrestler, and a loss to WWE more serious than they can imagine. In the end, I think we will all benefit from it. I wish him great luck. I imagine it will be Claudio Castagnoli again. But whichever ring name he chooses will do great things.

At 41, she is still in extraordinary shape. He can work another five, six or even ten years if he wants. He is really a great athlete. He speaks all major languages ​​of the world. Also for this, he can fight anywhere.

I just want to say that it is not the end for Cesaro, but in some ways, it can be a new beginning”.

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