Not long ago, Cesaro was universally viewed as the most underrated WWE Superstar. While that still may be the case, the Swiss Superman has proven to be an elite tag team artist and his recent success may have earned him new opportunities. However, they may never come to fruition.
According to Sports Illustrated, Cesaro is in line for
This comes at quite the Catch-22 for Cesaro as he's proven himself worthy of bigger opportunities, but can't leave his buddy behind. Having just turned 37, there is a sense of urgency regarding Cesaro's future that isn't as pronounced as say, Seth Rollins. In short, if Cesaro is to climb up WWE's card as a solo artist, it needs to happen in 2018.
Now that The Bar
For Cesaro, a firm push may be long overdue. His devout fans would tell you about the tragedy he's endured as being one of WWE's forgotten. However, early in his WWE career, Cesaro infamously fell flat as a singles performer with Paul Heyman as his acting advocate. This shortcoming is likely still fresh in WWE's mind and officials may be hesitant to reboot Cesaro as a singles star.
This is probably the first of several shows regard Cesaro and Sheamus potential break up. We'll keep you posted on further developments.