Tag: Daniel Bryan
The rumor mill is heating up again with talk that Daniel Bryan could be set for a return to the ring in WWE, though WWE is denying that a Bryan return is imminent.
No matter how much you boo Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan ain’t coming back. CM Punk, he ain’t coming back.
The great shame with the recent news about former WWE champion Daniel Bryan isn’t that he’s retiring in his prime at age 34.
Four-time WWE champ Daniel Bryan announced on Twitter on Monday that he is retiring from active competition, putting an apparent premature end to a promising career.
Daniel Bryan shared an article from WWE.com announcing several talent signings to send a message to the company’s powers-that-be.
For the second time in a year, Daniel Bryan had to vacate a major title belt weeks after a huge WrestleMania victory due to injury.
Bray Wyatt has been the hottest wrestler in WWE for more than a year, and yet he’s been suspiciously been left on the outside looking in as far as the various title chases have been concerned.
The WWE calendar revolves around three big events a year. The Royal Rumble and WrestleMania are interconnected, and just a couple of months apart.
The rumor mill has WWE head honcho Vince McMahon considering adding former WWE champ Daniel Bryan to the main event for WrestleMania 31.
For the second year in a row, the winner of the WWE Royal Rumble, this year’s winner being Roman Reigns, was showered with boos upon his coronation as the WrestleMania co-main-eventer.
A triple threat world title match, then the Rumble itself: this weekend’s WWE Royal Rumble is setting the stage for The Road to WrestleMania 31.
CM Punk finally spoke out on his departure nearly a year ago from WWE, and it was worse than a lot of us would have thought.
WWE hasn’t been getting much right lately. For all the hype the company is trying to give to its free month of WWE Network, for example, you’re not giving away the product for free if people were buying it.
Spoiler alert: Rock and Triple H are going to have a discussion backstage at WWE Smackdown Friday night about a match at WrestleMania 31.
WWE has been targeting a Survivor Series return for recent champ Daniel Bryan, but he may be able to get back in action sooner with his rehab starting to go better than had been expected.
Brie Bella, the good girl, reminisces about her mother telling her about how an ultrasound showed her and her twin sister, Nikki, holding hands in the womb.
HIT: Brock Lesnar squashes WWE Champ John Cena Yeah, wow. Lesnar, the former WWE and UFC champ, dominated Cena, hitting a reported 16 German suplexes and a pair of F5s, one 45 seconds into the match, the second as the finisher.
Monday Night Raw Review: Good work on Hogan birthday segment, another stupid Stephanie-Brie exchange
Hogan birthday does its job: Until Brock Lesnar’s music hit, the Hulk Hogan birthday celebration made no sense whatsoever, except as a throwback to the fun Old School Raw from earlier in the year.
John Cena will turn heel, eventually. Everybody turns heel, eventually. Eventually is a long way down the road in Cena’s case.
Paul Levesque, known to wrestling fans as Triple H, the 13-time WWE world champion and now executive vice president of the company, doesn’t like WWE fans. At least that’s the impression that he gave in cutting a promo, using the parlance of wrestling, on WWE’s flagship weekly TV show, Monday Night Raw, this week.
A report in the Wrestling Observer suggests that former WWE champion Daniel Bryan is out indefinitely with news that he will need to undergo additional surgery.
Add another big name to the WWE disabled list: Wade Barrett underwent shoulder surgery Wednesday after suffering an injury during a TV taping last week and will be out for several months for rehab.
You knew it would end that way – with John Cena coming down the ladder with the WWE and World Heavyweight titles at the end of Money in the Bank.
WWE COO Triple H discusses the decision to strip WWE Champ Daniel Bryan of his title and to put the title up for grabs at Money in the Bank.
Stephanie McMahon & Triple H do what they think is “best for business” and strip Daniel Bryan of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
The news this week on the rehab of WWE champion Daniel Bryan was not good at all. Now there is a growing concern in the locker room that Bryan will be back for Money in the Bank later this month whether he’s ready or not because of the pressure that he is feeling to get back in the ring.
Word out of WWE is that Daniel Bryan is not seeing good early returns from his rehab from minor neck surgery, and in fact is experiencing weakness in his right arm that would seem to indicate that there could be more to his injury than had originally been suspected.
Probably a good move by WWE to stop calling them pay-per-views. Because they’re not treating them as events that you’d pay for anymore.
The Daniel Bryan WWE title chase that began at last year’s SummerSlam was well done, to say the least. The payoff at WrestleMania 30 was the logical conclusion to a long campaign from Bryan to climb to the top of the wrestling world.
WWE.com is reporting that Daniel Bryan underwent successful surgery to repair a lingering neck injury on Thursday.
WWE is passing off the neck surgery that Daniel Bryan is facing Thursday as well short of being a big deal, but there is concern in the locker room that it might be more than a big deal, and possibly career-ending.
No, it wasn’t an angle. Daniel Bryan is set to undergo neck surgery on Thursday, and his status is uncertain, though the talk coming out of the WWE locker room is that it’s possible that Bryan could be back in time to play some role at Payback.
John Cena is the franchise in WWE. The squeaky clean superstar is the man who makes little kids’ dreams come true, literally. Call him Mr. Make a Wish in that respect.
Inside WWE sources have been laying the smack down on Batista this week, suggesting that the big man is nixing a pay-per-view main event with WWE champ Daniel Bryan because he doesn’t want to put the smaller Bryan over.
HIT: Solid booking The Shield wins by clean fall. Bray Wyatt … wins. (Nothing clean about that one.) The two hottest forces in WWE right now were put over against people who don’t always take the fall easily (Triple H and John Cena).
Aside from the mid-card steel cage match pitting John Cena against Bray Wyatt, the lineup for Sunday’s WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view could be any Sunday night house show.
Jim Ross can’t understand why WWE heel Bray Wyatt had the audience singing along with him at the end of Monday Night Raw after the Wyatt Family’s handicap match against John Cena.
A smallish, bearded wrestler wins a world title. Heard this story before? TNA’s new World Champ is perennial underdog Eric Young, who won a gauntlet match on tonight’s Impact Wrestling, and demanded the title shot that he earned with that victory later in the show, then pinned champion Magnus in a surprise result.
The fans have gotten their way. WWE not only gave the ball to Daniel Bryan, but he was able to keep it for more than a night. The question now is, How long will Daniel Bryan be the man in WWE?
Did anybody have The Undertaker losing? No. Did anybody not have Daniel Bryan winning? No. Both factor in to one of the more memorable WrestleMania events in the 30-year history of the franchise. With that in mind, let’s look at the biggest hits and biggest misses from WrestleMania 30.
Daniel Bryan, in an interview with the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, sure sounds like a guy who is in the main event at WrestleMania, even though officially he isn’t there yet.
WrestleMania 30 is upon us. It may not be the most interesting of cards for pro wrestling’s Super Bowl, but … it’s pro wrestling’s Super Bowl.
Tonight’s Monday Night Raw is the go-home show for WrestleMania 30. Will we see Daniel Bryan return to face off with Triple H? And what will happen with Undertaker and Brock Lesnar in the other big money match on the ‘Mania show?
The buildup to the Daniel Bryan-Triple H match at WrestleMania 30 is “gold,” former WWE vice president of talent relations Jim Ross wrote today on his blog.
The good news: Monday Night Raw was once again the highest-rated show on cable TV this week. The bad news: the audience for this week’s Raw was the lowest in 2014.
Michael Cole reveals WWE COO Triple H will be at SmackDown to ‘address the situation’ concerning his WrestleMania opponent, Daniel Bryan.
Don’t you love reading the breathless reports on wrestling news websites about how the Occupy Raw angle involving Daniel Bryan was staged, with all the juicy details? Well, duh! Of course it was staged! And we can stop getting on Bryan for making comments to the effect that the Occupy Raw movement that told WWE’s […]
) Dolph Ziggler, Titus O’Neil and Xavier Woods discuss Daniel Bryan occupying WWE Monday Night Raw.
Mick Foley, famously upset over the direction that WWE was taking with what was shaping up to be an underwhelming WrestleMania 30, is back on board after last night’s move to tease Daniel Bryan being in the ‘Mania main event. “With one outstanding Raw, you’ve got me, and millions of fans around the world, excited […]
Daniel Bryan challenges Triple H to add a special stipulation to their WrestleMania 30 match: if Bryan wins, he gets added to the WM30 main-event match for the WWE Title. Triple H responds – and accepts.
WWE superstar Daniel Bryan finally gets his opportunity to face Corporate Kane inside the ring on Monday Night Raw.
It seems simple. Daniel Bryan for some time now has led WWE fans in chants of “Yes! Yes! Yes!” with outstretched hands over head. But now what started in wrestling arenas has spread to the mainstream. USA Today took a look at the “Yes!” phenomenon today. The chant has been seen everywhere from high school […]
1. Daniel Bryan Notes: Bryan is still riding high after his victory in a non-title match over WWE Champ Randy Orton. Talk is that DB will be included in the main event for WrestleMania 30 alongside Randy Orton and Batista. That would be a wise move on the part of WWE creative 2. CM Punk […]
– In the above storyline video, TNA “investor” MVP announces Jeff Hardy’s return for next month’s Lockdown pay-per-view. – Dolph Ziggler lost a dark match before Tuesday’s WWE TV tapings to newcomer Alexander Rusev. Good move by WWE putting Rusev in the ring with Ziggler, who could make any of us reading this news article […]