Speaking with Sport1, the Swiss star said that, at the age of 39, he has no plans to retire, and some advice from Cena is why.
“I want to get better every day, that’s how I handle my career. If I can’t do it anymore, it’s time to stop. A wise man named John Cena once told me that you are only as good as you were in your last match. I want my last match to be great. When I see that this is no longer possible, you have to stop. I don’t know when that is.”
During the same interview, Cesaro also discussed his current tag team with Shinsuke Nakamura, saying:
“I would call the partnership great. We both had something to prove and felt overlooked. Now we are champions, so very successful. When I met Sheamus, we thought we had something to prove. But while I was fighting him with Sheamus ahead of time, I’ve been with Shinsuke for most of the year. For example, we helped Sami Zayn to win the Intercontinental Championship.”
He did add that he does still want to have a big singles push, but right now his focus is on making the Nakamura team the best it can be.