The Latest Midcarder To Receive Strong Support From John Cena, Top WWE Star Injured?, Damien Sandow's Future, Heel Turn Unlikely To Make It To WWE Television

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- Antonio Cesaro's stock is once again on the rise. I know some are probably thinking, 'we've been here before' but it's happening again. John Cena in particular is a supporter of Cesaro and is believed to be one of the reasons why he's gaining support from WWE officials. Cesaro is seen as one of the strongest guys on the roster and turned some heads last month with his giant swings on The Great Khali.

- From the "it could be something, it could be nothing" department, WWE Champion Randy Orton worked Wednesday in Switzerland with a bandage on his arm.

- Speaking of talent on the rise, Damien Sandow has also seen a significant bump in his stock backstage. The plan all along was to elevate him after unsuccessfully "cashing in" the Money in the Bank briefcase against John Cena on Raw but the turning point actually started at the beginning of October. After winning the Money in the Bank briefcase in July, Sandow went just 4-13 in televised singles matches through September. Since then, he's been booked over in 8 of 12 of his last televised singles matches.

- The Miz has worked has a heel on WWE's European tour but it's unknown if that character turn is actually going to make it to television. Miz is due decent exposure for the rest of the month as WWE will look to co-promote the WWE Studios feature film "A Christmas Bounty" on ABC Family.

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