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Cesaro Turned Down A Big Move WWE Officials Asked Him To Do


• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 14, 1975) – WWWF MSG House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 14, 1975, the World Wide Wrestling Federation held a televised house show in the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

Here are the results from that night:

Mike Paidousis defeated Tony Altimore

Greg Valentine defeated El Olympico

Waldo Von Erich defeated Chief Jay Strongbow by count-out

Little Tokyo & Lord Littlebrook defeated Little Louie & Sonny Boy Hayes

WWWF World Heavyweight Title: Bruno Sammartino (C) defeated Spiros Arion

Edouard Carpentier defeated Joe Nova

WWWF International Tag Team Titles: Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant (C) defeated Manuel Soto & Pete Sanchez

Victor Rivera wrestled Bobby Duncum to a draw

• Cesaro Turned Down A Big Move WWE Officials Asked Him To Do

Former United States Champion “The Swiss Superman” Cesaro has performed his impressive Cesaro Swing on The Great Khali (420 lbs), but he refused to try it on The Big Show (500 lbs).

During a recent appearance on The New Day’s podcast, Cesaro revealed that WWE officials wanted him to swing The Big Show, but he turned that idea down because it was impossible:

“I know that for stuff that I think has a chance of failing, like a 75% chance of coming off clean, there’s a back-up plan. I remember one time where they wanted me to swing Big Show and that’s just impossible. He leaned out a little bit now, but at that point it was just impossible.”

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