Fans on Twitter expressed positive feedback and had high praise for the sign after it was shared by fans. After images of the sign made their way on to Twitter, it was revealed that WWE had the sign confiscated at the event.
Twitter user @510mandeep posted his original drawing of the sign and confirmed that it took them 30 hours to draw. In a later tweet, it was also confirmed by the sign creator that the sign was confiscated and that they were threatened to be removed from SummerSlam if they did not forfeit the sign.
Here it is in all it’s glory, took me about 30 hours to draw it with colored pencils. I hope it put a smile on your face and shows that your fans really appreciate you! You are the most creative wrestler ever and definitely one of the most talented!
I really appreciate all of your responses and support! Thank you all so much! In regards to the sign being taken away security, yes it was and I tried my best to not give it to them but I had no choice because they threatened to kick me out if I did not comply. They gave it back
Although the sign was confiscated for the remainder of the SummerSlam show, it appears the fan at least got their 30 hour creation returned to them. Many fans on Twitter have replied to their Tweets with very high praise for the hard work they put in for the sign.
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