Cesaro's unimpressed with WWE's European Tour poster

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Despite just finishing off a successful European Tour, WWE are already starting to promote their one for next year, which takes place in May.

Of course, WWE will be hoping there isn't another Sin Cara/Chris Jericho incident the next time they cross the pond, but they may have already angered one of their superstars with one of their promotional posters.

It's currently been well documented that Swiss Superman Cesaro isn't best pleased with his position in WWE and the role he plays on Monday Night Raw.

In truth, he hasn't been happy ever since being drafted to Raw in the first place, hinting that he would have preferred to be on SmackDown LIVE with Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan.

However, that didn't happen and instead he's working for Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley.

In May of next year, WWE will be touring Europe once more, and one of their shows will be held in Zurich, Switzerland.

You'd think WWE would take this opportunity to promote Cesaro considering the fact he is from Switzerland and all WWE fans love a hometown hero.

But, that has not been the case.

The Raw poster for the Zurich show doesn't include Cesaro at all, and he's let WWE know he he feels about it on Twitter.

He posted the following: 'When you can't even make it onto the poster for the show in your home country...#2swiss #2tearsinabucket'

Instead of Cesaro, Raw opted for the likes of; Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins, Sheamus, The New Day, Roman Reigns, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Finn Balor, Sasha Banks, and Charlotte.

Despite Cesaro not being impressed, his tag team partner Sheamus saw the amusing side and decided to poke fun of the Swiss.

The Irishman posted on Twitter: 'Strict 2 baldies per poster rule bro... too many slap heads ruin a good montage i always say'

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