Since losing his two front teeth during a match at No Mercy, Cesaro has been wearing a mouthguard. Unfortunately, he's been hard to understand, and his promos are essentially ruined by the mouthguard.
But there is lots more to the story few people know about—Cesaro actually has braces on his top teeth, and the WWE doesn't want fans to notice them.
Cesaro had his teeth pushed into his gums during a match with Sheamus against Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose. His face crashed into the turnbuckle, and Cesaro started to lose considerable amounts of blood. It was later announced that he would undergo dental surgery, but he didn't miss any time.
In an interview with The National, Cesaro also gave quite the gruesome update on the injuries he suffered, and how he's coping with it today.
"I am still not able to bite anything with my front two teeth. Like I said they went up my gums, and I fractured my jaw bone that is over my teeth and beneath my nose. I fractured that and they had to pull the teeth back down. Now I have lovely braces so to all the kids with braces out there, I feel your pain."
The question is how long WWE will want Cesaro to wear the mouthguard for. Typically, people need to wear braces for 12 to 24 months, so his teeth realignment won't be a quick fix. WWE will likely have to keep Cesaro on the mouthguard, and simply limit how much talking he can do on the mic.
Cesaro and Sheamus are set to face the SmackDown Tag Team Champions, The Usos, at Survivor Series this Sunday. Whether they win or lose, Cesaro will surely be happy as long as he doesn't suffer another facial fracture.