Daniel Bryan still trying to get Raw superstar on SmackDown LIVE

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It has been well documented in recent weeks that Cesaro is not happy with his status on Monday Night Raw.

It has also been well documented that SmackDown LIVE general manager Daniel Bryan is desperate to get the Swiss Superman on the blue brand.

So it should come as no surprise to hear that Bryan has once again tried his best to tap up the Raw superstar in the hope that he can lure him to Tuesday nights.

Cesaro voiced his displeasure about being on Monday Night Raw in the immediate aftermath of the brand split, admitting that he didn't want to work for Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley.

Ever since the WWE Draft, he has been very vocal about his position on Raw and he's admitted that he would prefer to be on SmackDown LIVE.

After a gruelling 'Best of Eight' series against Sheamus, the two then ended up on the same team as each other and are now part of the tag team division.

However, the Swiss Superman received yet another snub by Raw when he was left off the poster for WWE's European Tour in May of next year.

WWE were promoting their shows in Switzerland and Germany, and despite Cesaro being from the former, they didn't include him on the posted, and even put his tag team partner on the poster instead.

Cesaro voiced his displeasure about the decision on Twitter, and that then drew a response from Bryan.

The SmackDown LIVE general manager posted: 'If you were on #TeamBlue you'd be on every poster... just saying #BlueIsBetter'

You've got to admire his persistence.

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