Stephanie McMahon revealed she recently suffered an injury in a video, but that she is making great progress in training getting back to full strength.
“Modified inverted jungle gym rows – good thing I’m not on crutches anymore! Thanks @defrancosgym!”
You can view the video below from Instagram.
The former WWE United States Champion Cesaro had left WWE when his contract expired in February. He was not subject to a non-compete clause but the fans have been wondering why he is joining the indie circuit. ‘The Swiss Superman’ has not made any wrestling appearances yet.
Cesaro is reportedly not returning calls for booking
Shortly after leaving WWE, Cesaro rebranded himself as Claudio CSRO. He also teased some big news on social media. Thus far, nothing concrete has been announced Several promoters have tried to reach out to Cesaro for bookings, according to Fightful Select. Some said their calls were never returned. Others noted that his asking price is way too steep.
“Many promoters that we’ve spoken to say that Cesaro’s was priced out of some potential bookings, and they’d not be able to land him until the asks came back down to earth. Cesaro has been repped by an agent who also manages several other wrestlers. However, we’re told that some wrestlers had been intentionally utilizing a high asking price because they’re content staying home until the right deal or offer comes along after being on the road for so long. We haven’t heard if that’s specifically the case with him.”
Cesaro is currently one of the hottest free agents right now. He has been represented by an agent who also manages other wrestlers, and word is that some wrestlers have intentionally named a high asking price because they’re content staying home until the right deal or offer comes along after being on the road for so long, but there’s no word yet on if this is the case with Cesaro. Cesaro is repped by the same person who manages Windham Rotunda (fka Bray Wyatt) and Mia Yim, among others.
Cesaro recently took to Twitter this week and wrote, “Soon…”
— Swiss (@ClaudioCSRO) May 8, 2022