Cesaro & Sheamus.

Fan-footage of Cesaro doing something funny before WWE TLC main event Vs The Shield

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The WWE put on their annual Tables, Ladders & Chairs pay-per-view on Sunday and despite sickness sweeping through the roster and causing major changes to the card, the show delivered.

Reports that some stars on the WWE roster have been dealing with a bout of meningitis saw Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt check out of some big time slots and they were replaced with Kurt Angle and AJ Styles respectively.

Some fans would call those trades an upgrade and the WWE treated its fans to some spectacular and unlikely visuals as a result.

The main event saw Kurt Angle take part in his first WWE match in 11 years and that match just so happened to be a TLC contest. Not the easiest reintroduction for a 48-year-old by any stretch.

The main event was a 3-on-5 bout with Angle was on the side of Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose making up a makeshift Shield. They took on the returning Kane, The Miz, Braun Strowman as well as Sheamus & Cesaro.

While the match was chaotic and featured a number of high impact spots, some eagle-eyed fans spotted what Cesaro was getting up to before the event.

With four of their five-man team in the ring, the superstars awaited the arrival of Strowman last. While the Monster Among Men made his way to the ring, the camera naturally panned up to goliath.

However, Cesaro was too busy channeling his inner-Scott Steiner and smashing out some push-ups before the main event. It's amusing how vigorously the Swiss Cyborg churns out the push-ups while the rest of his teammates stand idly by.

The other match on the card that captured everyone's imagination was the clash of two former Bullet Club members - AJ Styles and Finn Balor.

Both men threw up the 'Too Sweet' sign after the match in a show of respect that popped those in attendance and plenty on Twitter. What an awesome moment.

What was your favourite moment from TLC? Let us know in the comments below.

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