Many fans are either disappointed or infuriated that the best-of-seven series between Cesaro and Sheamus ended in a draw, with the “championship opportunity” being a tag title match - meaning neither man got the upperhand as a result of the last month’s worth of action.
Much of the outrage is because viewers feel they’ve been denied a resolution to a story in which they invested. Some is due to the fact this appears to be another way to not push Cesaro as a singles act.
Though he doesn’t specify his reasoning, add SmackDown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan to the list of folks not digging the story...
Dear @WWECesaro, when does your Raw contract end? We'd love to have you on #SmackdownLive :)— Daniel Bryan (@WWEDanielBryan) September 27, 2016
And while he appears to be going along with Raw GM Mick Foley’s plan for a Cesaro/Sheamus tag team now, the King of Swing (who’s been on record as wishing he was drafted to the blue brand since the brand split) is interested in Bryan’s offer:
@WWEDanielBryan I'll look into it— Cesaro (@WWECesaro) September 27, 2016
This could indicate the non-finish of the series between he & the Celtic Warrior was part of the ongoing disgruntled Cesaro storyline (maybe with a dash of the “Foley is incompetent” angle mixed in), although that doesn’t seem to be doing much for fans who understandably wanted a winner out of best-of-seven series.
Do you want Cesaro to head to Tuesdays? Does the possibility of that change your opinion of the way Raw resolved his feud with Sheamus?