The news of Cesaro returning to action will make the Cesaro section jump out of their seat for sure. The Swiss Superman who is out of action since last October because of torn rotator cuff, would return to action in the WWE WrestlMania 32 Revenge Tour in Europe next month. As per Twitter gives hint Cesaro has a possibility to return to action on April 15th at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The below tweet from WWE Nederland confirms it firmly:
— WWE Nederland (@NederlandWWE) March 18, 2016
Cesaro has already made an appearance with a non-wrestling role. Last month he was present at the recently concluded European tour of WWE but this time he is a sure shot possibility for an in-ring return. Considering that he is going to return in action on April 15th, an early at the grandest stage on April 3rd cannot be written off.
As of this writing, there’s no clue of Cesaro’s appearance at Wrestlemania in any capacity. WWE Universe misses the technician that Cesaro is in the ring. If he does show up at the grandest stage the crowd will blow the roof off the place. Neville is out of injury, and Cesaro could be the answer as the fulfillment.
Fans are wondering why Bray Wyatt was standing still at WWE Roadblock and did not compete in the match. As per the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Bray is scheduled to get a huge push post-Wrestlemania with some major storylines and you better not expect him to be indisposed in major capacity before Wrestlemania. The Wrestling maestro Dave Meltzer quoted, “Wyatt’s supposed to do something with [Brock] Lesnar at some point, he’s supposed to do something with Roman Reigns again, they’re supposed to go back to that. It sounds like Bray is going to be the top heel down the line, and that hasn’t changed. It’s not like the injury is so big that they have to redo that.”
Bray has continued to put cryptic messages with promos and plans for him in Wrestlemania are still not known.