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Cesaro Reveals Career Changing Advice Given To Him By John Cena



Cesaro has been around the block with WWE a few times and sadly during that time The Swiss Superman has failed numerous times to be pushed to the main event level of the company.

Despite the fact that Cesaro has proved many times throughout the course of his career that he can put on a show-stealing match against any opponent, he still hasn’t been given the chance to become the main champion in the company.

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Despite the lack of opportunities that have come his way over the past few years, Cesaro has remained calm and it could be down to the advice that was given to him by former 16-time World Champion John Cena. During a recent interview with Sportskeeda, Cesaro revealed that John Cena had given him some humbling advice.

“I’m very honored. I don’t take it lightly, as some people might just be like, ‘Ah yeah, I’m awesome and everybody likes me!’ Something that John Cena always said: you’re only as good as your last match. And I believe that.”

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“Every match I try to do as good as possible with whatever I’m given because technically you never know when your last match is. I’d hate to be like, ‘I don’t feel like it tonight,’ and then something terrible happens.”

“I feel like to the fans, no matter where you come to see a show, if you’re part of an eight-man or if you’re in a singles match, it doesn’t matter. You just put on the best show so they’ll remember it, and I don’t take that pressure lightly.”

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