Cesaro has been one of the more popular and bigger WWE superstars on the mid-card roster, and is enjoying his fifth Raw Tag Team Championship reign with Sheamus as they prepare to defend the titles at WrestleMania 34.
Debuting with the WWE in 2011, Cesaro has crafted an impressive resume, which includes the aforementioned five Tag Team Championships, one United States title and winning the 2014 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.
Despite his comfortable place in the WWE and popularity among the fans, the 'Swiss Superman' appeared on E&C's Pod Of Awesomeness (h/t WrestlingInc.com), and admitted he's not sure if he's happy where he is:
"If you take a step back and look at it, I'm definitely happy to be there, but, then again, I'm not happy to be there. And I think that's what helps about teaming with Sheamus, anytime one of us is down, do you know what I mean, goes through something, the other one is there and we can talk...
sometimes, when you're by yourself, it's really easy to dig yourself into a hole and be unhappy. But I know when it comes down to it, when I walk through the curtain, I'm out there with Sheamus and I know we're going to have a blast no matter what. And I think that really helps."
Cesaro and Sheamus have worked out perfectly as a tag team. The latter is dealing with a neck injury, and reports suggest Cesaro is being used to "protect" his partner. By doing this, the Celtic Warrior can still wrestle without putting his neck on the line.
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The two men were originally foes, being pitted against each other in a best-of-seven series. However, former Raw GM Mick Foley turned 'The Bar' into a tag team. At the 2016 Roadblock: End of the Line pay-per-view, Cesaro and Sheamus defeated The New Day to win the titles and end their record 483-day reign as champions.
The Swiss Superman may never receive the full main event push he deserves (which reports suggest is being held back by Vince McMahon). But he's thriving in the tag team spotlight, and Sheamus has been there to push him the whole way.