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Bullet Club member tries to recruit Cesaro to New Japan Pro Wrestling

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Cesaro is one of the most underutilized WWE superstars on the main roster. He should be a world champion by now but he has been held back by WWE management. Cesaro recently got upset with the WWE and one member of the Bullet Club tried to recruit him to New Japan Pro Wrestling.

Cesaro upset with WWE regarding poster

The WWE recently announced that they will be coming to Switzerland next year. However, they omitted “The Swiss Superman” from the poster which made Cesaro very unhappy.

SmackDown Live general manager Daniel Bryan immediately noticed Cesaro’s sentiment. He made another pitcher for “The King of Swing” to jump ship to the blue brand. There have been reports that Cesaro and Sami Zayn will get traded to SmackDown as early as next year.

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Kenny Omega makes his pitch for ‘The Swiss Superman’ to come to NJPW

Besides Daniel Bryan, one superstar from Japan and member of the Bullet Club noticed Cesaro’s frustration. Kenny Omega sympathized with Cesaro and offered him a place with the Bullet Club in New Japan Pro Wrestling.

According to The Inquisitr, there are a lot of things to be considered before someone becomes a member of the Bullet Club. However, it seems like Omega is ready to offer Cesaro an instant membership in one of the most dominant stables in the world.

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When will the contract of ‘The King of Swing’ expire?

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h/t Give Me Sport) reported back in September that Cesaro’s deal is about to expire in the coming months. He was not given a push because there was a chance that he might not sign a new deal.

Cesaro and Sheamus are currently in a tag team that is slowly developing into a good storyline. They might be in line to end The New Day’s reign as record Raw tag team champions early next year.

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