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Are WWE Officials Punishing Cesaro?, WWE Star Signs With Media Agency, NXT Louisville Set

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– R-Truth has signed with CSP Management, who will handle all aspects of his career outside of WWE. The following press release was issued:

WWE SUPERSTAR RON KILLINGS AKA R-TRUTH SIGNS WITH CSP MANAGEMENT FOR WORLDWIDE REPRESENTATION

RON KILLINGS aka R-TRUTH, the WWE superstar, has signed exclusively with Los Angeles based management firm CSP MANAGEMENT. CSP is the recently launched management division of CITIZEN SKULL PRODUCTIONS. CSP will manage all aspects of Killings career outside of the WWE – film, television, branding, endorsements and music.

Killings career extends past the WWE with roles in the films The Wrestler and Head of State. He has also recently released two singles, What’cha Do To Get It and Pump It Up and has more music in the works including collaborations with major artists, which are soon to be announced.

The TV, film and digital production company Citizen Skull was founded in 2012 and recently added CSP Management to manage actors, writers, dps, directors, music artists and digital influencers.

– A fan tweeted this photo of the outdoor set for the NXT live events at Louisville’s Louder Than Live festival.

– Is WWE punishing Cesaro?

Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline.com mentioned on his radio show last week that WWE officials have soured on Cesaro as he “is in the doghouse.” He did not offer an explanation.

At SummerSlam, Cesaro was defeated by Kevin Owens in a singles match. Cesaro’s importance has since been downplayed, being used instead to further feuds he had no part of. On the Sept. 7 episode of Raw, Cesaro match with The Miz was declared a double count-out. After the match, Cesaro was knocked out by Big Show. He was beaten by “The World’s Largest Athlete” two weeks later on Raw. He was not on Raw or SmackDown last week, instead competing on WWE Superstars and WWE Main Event (he beat Heath Slater and Bo Dallas).