WWE has aired the exclusive WWE Network special “Talking Smack” after Smackdown Live went off the air. It is supposed to continue every week on the Tuesdays after the show will be over. With the host, Renee Young, the Smackdown General Manager, Daniel Bryan was the guest on the show and discussed various segments that aired on the blue brand. Bryan spoke up his mind and said that he was visibly upset with John Cena’s comments on Smackdown.
Tuesday’s show saw a promo segment featuring John Cena and AJ Styles regarding their upcoming match at Summerslam. While cutting the promo Cena remarked that he will only ever wrestle in WWE whereas if things don’t work out for Styles in WWE, he will join another wrestling promotion. Daniel Bryan seems to have “borderline offended” by these comments from Cena.
The Smackdown General Manager said that of AJ Styles, of course, will wrestle somewhere else if things don’t work out for him in the WWE. But, at the end of the day, they are all wrestlers and earn for their daily lives due to this. So, it pleased him that Styles will not pursue another profession but will stick to this wrestling job.
Here’s what Bryan had to offer:
Bryan shooting on Cena. pic.twitter.com/N2NVVjoHLG
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John Cena is all set to take on AJ Styles at the summer’s biggest event as part of the second installment of their dream match. The pressure is high on Cena’s shoulder since he lost the first bout. If he comes up short this time too, he will cement himself with the fact that he is better than John Cena.
The first ever AJ Styles vs. John Cena took place at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view on June 19th. The stakes for this match were even higher than a Wrestlemania match. The globally known ‘Phenomenal One’ went one-on-one against the franchise of the WWE, John Cena to defeat him with the help from The Club members.