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WWE News: Cesaro reacts to being left out of Switzerland promo poster, hints at leaving WWE?

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The Swiss Superman Cesaro

WWE is going on yet another European tour, with dates for Switzerland being released in a promotional poster. ‘The Swiss Superman’ Cesaro wasn’t too happy with being left out of the poster and took to Twitter to voice his despair:

The poster is only an early draft of the promotional campaign that will be taking place for WWE’s European tour in the middle of the year and it is certain that Cesaro would be a major part of the promotions for the event in Switzerland. This comes after Cesaro hinted at leaving WWE or making a switch to SmackDown by posting this:

Daniel Bryan had an epic reply to Cesaro’s demotivated comment:

Him being left out of the promotions right now should not be attributed to anything more than a designing error since the poster carries several other issues as well and is most probably not the final version.

The incident, however, certainly paved way for some hilarious tweets sent his way by other WWE Superstars as well as fans:

Big E reacted with a GIF of a cringing Jay-Z, summing up his response to the situation:


Cesaro’s tag team partner Sheamus, was quick to tweet out to Cesaro with banter of his own:

Rusev replied, suggesting that an injured Finn Balor, who features on the poster, be replaced with Cesaro instead:

Fans of Cesaro then proceeded to post a series of hilarious revisions and mock-ups of the poster:

A fan also pointed out that Xavier Woods was erroneously featured twice on the poster:

Cesaro responded by tweeting:

Xavier Woods responded to this with a bit of his own humour:

Cesaro had recently taken to Twitter to express his frustration about the way he was being used on Monday Night Raw. He was subsequently invited by Daniel Bryan to join Smackdown instead. Whether or not Cesaro will take Bryan up on that offer remains to be seen.

We certainly hope that Cesaro and Sheamus have the tag team belts by the time WWE go to Switzerland! 

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