WWE Superstar and NXT alumni Cesaro is no stranger to the unpredictable land of NXT. As one of the most respected Superstars to step foot inside the NXT arena, Cesaro is now entering another arena: Superstar analysis. This week, Cesaro takes a closer look at NXT TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way and provides exclusive analysis on the high-stakes matches airing LIVE on WWE Network, Thursday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. We hand the article reins over to The Swiss Superman.
I was the first match of the first NXT special (ArRIVAL) and competed in the first match of that show against Sami Zayn. Just like the UPS man, I delivered. More importantly, I made history during that match. This Thursday night’s NXT TakeOver is so important for the same reason. TakeOver will be a proving ground for the NXT talent to show the world that they are ready for WWE. With that said, let’s get to my analysis.
Mojo Rawley vs. Bull Dempsey
I’m picking Bull Dempsey. I’ve been waiting for somebody to stop the hype and Bull is just the no-nonsense guy to do that. Mojo Rawley is too busy slapping hands and running around, and it has cost him before. You’d think he’d learn from past mistakes. Mojo is a good mascot and that’s it. Don’t believe the hype and that’s no Bull.
Enzo Amore vs. Sylvester Lefort (Hair vs. Hair Match)
They both love their hair and they both care a lot about their looks. My hair went into retirement a long time ago, so I don’t really care. But those two peacocks do. There is a lot of pride involved in such a match and even maybe more so than a championship match because it has become personal. Whoever loses will be humiliated in front of the world. A loss in this type of match can change a man quite drastically and we’ll have to wait and see if the loser ever shows his face again after TakeOver. Continue reading »