There are still plans within WWE to turn Antonio Cesaro into a baby face. It was supposed to have happened already, but the creative department simply has not found the time nor a suitable story to break him away from Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger.
Since the show was in Scotland, Drew McIntyre worked as a baby face when he teamed with Heath Slater against the Usos.
There are talks that the much anticipated Antonio Cesaro baby face turn could take place while WWE is in Europe later this month.
The Roman Reigns baby face turn might not actually take place for several more months, as WWE wants to wait until he is ready.
WWE has started to tease the eventual baby face turn by Roman Reigns, and it could lead to a really huge push for the Shield member.
"Wait......I was supposed to be #31. Is it over?"
- Tensai joking on Twitter about Royal Rumble 2014
"As far as my future goals, I hope to be a regular commentator on WWE NXT. From there, I hope to be part of a team to call Monday Night Raw or SmackDown. I would also like to be a trainer and producer for WWE at some point. I like to set lofty goals and tackle them a day at a time."
While he still continues to appear as an active in ring performer for WWE, Tensai is also working a side job as a commentator for NXT. The belief is that the veteran is simply preparing himself for a potentail career after he retires from the ring.
The current plan in WWE is to have Naomi and Cameron leaving Brodus Clay, who has now turned heel, and Tensai to join Xavier Woods and R Truth. The segment on Monday Night Raw this week was designed to further that story line.