WWE Survivor Series: What's Up with the Very European U.S. Champion?
Antonio Cesaro is relentless and didn't take long to win gold in WWE. Ever since becoming United States Champion, Cesaro has made it a point to talk about his hatred for American culture and critique the flaws in good old fashioned Americana. Cesaro is well-spoken, hits hard and has all the tools to vault himself up to bigger and better things in WWE. Survivor Series marks the first major stage for him on pay-per-view.
Then, there's R-Truth, a popular superstar and former United States Champion who will surely have all Little Jimmies (both imaginary and visible) rooting him on. R-Truth no longer has Kofi Kingston by his side, so seeing him out there alone with an imaginary valet surely won't help R-Truth's chances.
Truth is a formidable foe for Cesaro. His athleticism will make for a fun match for Cesaro, who isn't afraid of making his opponents look good while getting himself over as a foreign heel. Cesaro needs more work to be truly despised, but losing to R-Truth won't do any good. Cesaro gets his biggest win, retains the United States Championship, and makes it closer to a WrestleMania debut, perhaps still as United States Champion.
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