Ric Flair takes a shot at Cesaro

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Ric Flair takes a shot at Cesaro

During his WWE career, Cesaro has won the Raw Tag Team Championship five times (four times with Sheamus and once with Tyson Kidd) and twice the SmackDown Tag Team Championship (once with Sheamus and once with Shinsuke Nakamura).

He also once won the United States title and the first edition of the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, held at WrestleMania 30. On January 1st, on 'Day 1', Cesaro and Ricochet were defeated by Ridge Holland and Sheamus.

On February 24, it was announced that Sheamus's contract with WWE had expired. The Swiss superstar, therefore, left the Stamford federation after 11 years. In the latest edition of his 'Wooooo Nation Uncensored' podcast, the legendary Ric Flair commented on Cesaro’s departure.

According to the 16-time world champion, the 41-year-old from Lucerne has never managed to establish himself as a credible heel.

Ric Flair slams Cesaro

“WWE has presented Cesaro as a heel for a long time, but the desired results have not been achieved.

The Swiss is a very gifted athlete, but he is not credible in the role of the villain. He never felt comfortable in that role and the fans felt it. If you are not convinced yourself, it is impossible to break into people's hearts” - explained Ric Flair.

The 'Nature Boy' spent beautiful words for The Miz: "He exceeded the expectations that were of him in the early years of his career. Miz is very different from the character he plays in the ring, he's not arrogant at all in everyday life.

He had the ability to hone his style and convey a feeling of realism to the fans. I'm really proud of his evolution, also because his career didn't start under a lucky star. He was not an athlete with a super background and he was not marked as predestined.

He was just a boy who wanted to be a wrestler, but hardly anyone thought that he would be able to make it." 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.