There were some unbelievable stories coming out of Night of Champions from last night, most took place in the ring, but not all.
The most unbelievable is surely from the main event, where it looked like John Cena was just moments away from defeated WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar.
What about Seth Rollins' attempt to cash in his money in the bank contract after causing the disqualification in the Cena v Lesnar match?
Or perhaps the most unbelievable story of the night was the return of the lunatic fringe Dean Ambrose who again, targeted Rollins once again.
But perhaps the most unbelievable story has actually come from the stands of the Bridgestone Arena.
Rumours have emerged today claiming that a fan who had a pro-Cesaro sign which they had hoisted in the air during Cesaro's match with Sheamus, had it taken off of them.
Cesaro failed in his attempt to take the United States Championship away from the Celtic Warrior but perhaps that's not the story.
It is not yet clear why the sign was taken away from the fan, but it is curious that it was, there are several different thoughts why.
A stupid decision?
With Cesaro currently being set up as the heel in his feud with Sheamus, did the WWE higher ups really want the sign removed to decrease his popularity?
There are certainly many things that the WWE Universe love about the Swiss Superman, perhaps most notably, his finishing move.
The Cesaro Swing is arguably one of the most unique moves in the WWE and certainly one that the WWE fans love to get involved with.
If the sign was removed so that they could avoid anyone else perhaps joining the Cesaro fan party, then surely the WWE have gone too far?
A bit less controversial
The WWE asking fans to lower their signs or taking them off of them altogether is not a completely unheard of occurrence.
Everyone remembers when there was a sign in support of former rival promotion WCW which was taken away from the fan.
Despite beating the WWE in the ratings 87 weeks running, WCW went out of business in 2001 after being purchased by none other than Vince McMahon himself.
But now it seems that an ECW legend could be just a few months away from a legendary first and last match in the WWE.
Sting has had a lot of involvement with the WWE in recent months and many fans theorize him to make his debut and final match at WrestleMania XXXI.