WATCH: When Cesaro Suffered a Gruesome Dental Injury After Colliding With the Ring Post During a Match

Published 02/05/2021, 9:47 PM EST


In 2017, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose reunited to form a world-beating tag team. They defeated the dominant duo of Cesaro and Sheamus at SummerSlam in an epic tag team title match.

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With the crowd strongly backing them, Rollins and Ambrose were the favourites to retain the championships at No Mercy. While the match was great, a spot that added to the drama of the match took place.

Cesaro continues fighting after suffering gruesome injury

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During their raging tag title rematch at No Mercy, Dean Ambrose launched Cesaro face first into the LED ring post. The Swiss Superman collided face first with the edge of the post and lost his two front teeth.

Cesaro’s bloody mouth with two missing teeth and blood everywhere made for a gruesome visual.

Despite the injury, Cesaro carried on fighting and almost put the tag team champions away on many occasions. Unfortunately, the Bar’s offence could not penetrate the Shield’s resistance, as Rollins and Ambrose survived and their title reign carried on further.

The ability to continue wrestling for another ten minutes with a bloody mouth and two teeth missing is superhuman. In a bunch of superhuman feats, that moment is by far one of the grittiest. It is moments like these that made fans want to see Cesaro pushed to the top of the WWE.

Other superhuman feats of the Swiss Superman

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If this instance isn’t enough, Cesaro has a ton of superhuman feats that would put regular superheroes to shame. From hoisting massive men aloft to swinging a seven-foot behemoth like he weighs nothing, Cesaro has proven he’s an impressive specimen.

At Battleground 2013, the Superstar took down the Great Khali and swung him like a kid swings his baseball bat for a good 20 seconds, before pinning his shoulders to the mat for the win.

He has even hit the Neutralizer on the massive wrestler. In 2014, Cesaro dead-lifted John Cena from the apron over the top rope with a massive ring-shaking superplex.

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His most stunning moment of superhuman strength came when he body-slammed the Big Show out of the ring to win the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 30. Since then, Cesaro has pulled off a wide range of feats that have made him the strongest wrestler in WWE.

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Nathan Fulgado

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Nathan Fulgado is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having published close to 1000 professional wrestling articles, Nathan is currently pursuing his Journalism degree from Xavier's College. He has previously worked at Free Press Journal as a local journalist.

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