The DIRTSHEETZ are saying that the reason Cesaro is not doing much is that the higher ups find him boring. Apparently the wrestlers have been lobbying for him to no avail.
So yeah, that's a thing. Take it with a grain of salt, as with all DIRTSHEETZ reports.
That was the most DIRTSHEETZ story possible. That he is being pushed down, and some people don't like him and some people do.
I still think Cesaro will be fine, although this is frustrating.
It's a shame he's not physically larger, because his raw power seems like a basic point to build his character off of. He has the power of a monster, just not the size to go with it so I could understand not wanting to use him in the same way as Ryback or Henry because the average person would see him only for his size rather than what he can do.
Also , funny that Cesaro is considered boring yet Ryback is main eventing for the belt. What makes Ryback anymore interesting than anyone? His dumb catchphrase?
Pretty much. Look what a catchphrase did for Daniel Bryan.
I'd also say that Ryback was put into that position by booking. He first a reaction from the crowds by being put in the "Goldberg" position, to which the crowds chanted Goldberg at him. After a while, the dumb catchphrase of "Feed Me More" took off.
Combining that with a huge set of muscles and an opportunity to go into a program with CM Punk when Cena was injured got him to where he is today.
But I can guarantee that Ryback in the main event slot will be a fad unless something drastic happens. He stinks in the ring and needs somebody to carry him in matches (CM Punk couldn't even get a good match out of him), and ever since his heel turn, crowds really don't care all that much for Ryback. He's also phony on the mic to me.
Unfortunately for Cesaro, he's going to have to continue fighting like Bryan and Punk did if he wants to be pushed right. For some reason, WWE never really had the confidence to capitalize on Cesaro's run as US Champion, and now we're back to square one until they can drum up another reason to push Cesaro. Need I remind you guys that Bryan spent a good portion of his early WWE career dancing around with the Bella Twins?