A new report from F4Wonline.com has provided some backstage news regarding who supplied “RAW” fans with “Cesaro Section” signs on Aug. 3. During “Monday Night Raw” on Aug. 3, it appeared as if the entire lower-bowl of the arena had a “Cesaro Section” sign in their hands when “The Swiss Superman” made his appearance during a “MizTV” segment.
Cesaro took to Instagram shortly after his segment with Miz and Owens to acknowledge the slew of fans holding signs for him during the broadcast. His post reads as follows,
The “Cesaro Section” signs originally appeared in the crowd during Cesaro’s run with the Real Americans tag team in early 2014. WWE was planning on pushing “The King of Swing” into the main event spotlight following his victory in the inaugural André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania XXX, so they began distributing the signs in hopes that people would see Cesaro’s popularity, and an organic outburst of support for the superstar would bloom.
However, the company decided to go a different route with Cesaro, even though fans truly did want to begin supporting him as a main event guy. After almost a year of struggling to find his place, Cesaro teamed up with Tyson Kidd and formed a tag team that has gone by many names, “The Brass Ring Club,” “Masters of the WWE Universe,” and most prominently, “#BTE (best team ever).”
With Kidd suffering a life-threatening injury, Cesaro began another quest to find where he would fit on WWE’s main roster as a singles competitor. He would rally the WWE Universe behind him once again due to his incredible in-ring performances in July, which has started to push him higher and higher up the card.
While WWE were the ones that supplied the “Cesaro Section” signs in 2014, F4Wonline.com claims that a fan brought them in San Jose, California on Aug. 3. He reportedly handed out 7,000 signs to fans sitting in the lower-bowl before “RAW” went live on the USA Network. It appears as if the “#PushCesaro” fan movement led to the Cesaro supporter to make sure “The King of Swing” knew just where his section of fans were during the broadcast, which was everywhere.
I bet WWE begins distributing those signs again now, so that they can stick more of them around the arenas. Either way, that’s really cool that a fan made that many for the people at the show.