Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Pre-Show Battle Royal to name No. 1 Contender to U.S. Champion Antonio Cesaro : Night Of Champions 2012


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Antonio Cesaro will defend his United States Championship at night time of Champions to the winner of a No. 1 Contender battle royal to be kept around the same time as the Pre-Show match at Sunday. The free, Pre-Show will streamed live on WWE.com, YouTube.com/WWE and Facebook beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT.

Cesaro, who won the championship gold from Santino Marella during the SummerSlam (WATCH) Pre-Show, declares he personifies prestige, and his record setting that winning his first title in WWE backs down his claim. Yet, the multilingual, Swiss-born Superstars may require more and beyond certainty and Aksana by his side assuming that he plans to enlarge his U.S. Title reign past the one-month record.

On the surface, it looks the idea that the champion, Cesaro, will head into disadvantage. The ex-rugby player should not know who his rival until instants before Night of Champions takes place. Is there any sort of pratice that can arrange Cesaro for the unknown?

The challenger, nonetheless, should not precisely have a clear way to the title match. To win No. 1 contender spot, the Superstar should first predominate in an each-man-for-himself battle royal. Will the battle to become the No. 1 contender wear out the challenger, making his effortless pickings for a crisp Cesaro?

Additionally, the WWE Universe is found to ponder who will round out the field of the Pre-Demonstrate Fight Imperial. No names have yet been advertised, it might extend from an earlier U.S. Champion to an eager up-and-comer gunning for his first title. In what number of dialects does Cesaro ability to express “astonish”?