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WWE takes away Daniel Bryan signs from fans at Raw, fans asked to remove costumes

According to reports from fans in Des Moines at last night's Monday Night Raw, security was taking away Daniel Bryan signs from fans as they entered the arena. Keep in mind that security is following the instructions given to them by WWE.

In addition to that, a group of front row fans that were wearing costumes from late 80s/early 90s WWE stars were asked to remove the costumes or they would be removed from their seats. The fans were dressed as Ric Flair, Randy Savage, I.R.S., Jake Roberts, and Ultimate Warrior. They complied and were taken to an area where they were given WWE shirts and then they were allowed to return to their seats. The fans in the arena were booing the security when this was happening. Apparently, WWE would have been ok with the costumes but they have an issue with it when the fans are sitting in front of the hard camera because it's considered to be a "distraction" on TV.

It's one thing if they were wearing something that was vulgar or if they were doing things that were making the show unpleasant for the people sitting around them but that wasn't the case. These fans are paying top dollar for front row tickets and it's a slap in the face to their fans when they do things like this. You never hear stories like this from fans at NFL or Major League Baseball games. Vince McMahon used to say that fans have freedom of expression at his shows (within reason of course as long as it's safe for kids and safe for TV) but that apparently is not the case these days.

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