Cesaro recently spoke with Sport1 for an interview promoting the upcoming WWE SummerSlam 2020 pay-per-view on August 23rd, during which he revealed some advice that pro wrestling legend and emerging Hollywood star John Cena gave him in the past.
The WWE Superstar and current SmackDown Tag-Tean Champions along with Shinsuke Nakamura, Cesaro, also discussed his partnership with the Japanese wrestling legend and other WWE-related topics in the interview.
Featured below are some of the highlights of the new Cesaro interview.
On his partnership with Nakamura: “I would call the partnership great. We both had something to prove and felt overlooked. Now we are champions, so very successful. When I met Sheamus, we thought we had something to prove. But while I was fighting him with Sheamus ahead of time, I’ve been with Shinsuke for most of the year. For example, we helped Sami Zayn to win the Intercontinental Championship.”
On a potential singles run: “I would like that too. But it’s not like that at the moment, so I’m trying to make the best of every opportunity and situation. I compliment the strengths of my tag team partners very well. Maybe that proves that I’m a very good team player [laughs]. Tag team wrestling is a challenge in itself. I enjoy that. I want to get better every day, that’s how I handle my career. If I can’t do it anymore, it’s time to stop. “
On advice John Cena gave him: “A wise man named John Cena once told me that you are only as good as you were in your last match. I want my last match to be great. When I see that this is no longer possible, you have to stop. I don’t know when that is.”
Check out the complete Cesaro interview at Sport1.
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