Ace Daniel Bryan returned to in-ring competition prior to the Wrestlemania 34. It was a miraculous update for the wrestling fans. They waited a long time to receive this good news which became impossible at one point in time.
Vince McMahon and the medical board of the WWE was nowhere near to clear him for in-ring competition.
But the then Smackdown GM went to renowned doctors around the United States of America (USA). All of them were concussion specialists. daniel bryan net worth
Bryan managed to get clearance certificates from each one of them. So, the WWE doctors did not have any other choices in this matter.
Clearing Bryan was actually beneficial for the Smackdown Live brand. It created a position where the creative team can use him in some marquee matches.
This man is the most organically popular superstar of this generation. Booking him in a match is a big draw on any given night in the company.
Once his Wrestlemania match was over we thought of seeing him in a main-event capacity.
A heavy name like Bryan deserves to be under the same spotlight. But the planning of WWE creative team took him to a brand new feud. Big Cass turned out to be his brand new rival.
Most of the fans did not like it considering the booking. Cass does not belong to the level of Bryan. Including these two in a long-lasting feud was not good for the fans eventually. But the man in concern himself enjoyed the feud. He disclosed his mind in a recent interview with Inside the Ropes.
The leader of the YES movement Daniel Bryan uttered that everybody wants to see big matches. But he did not mind to get in the ring with a new rival.
Cass was actually a formidable opponent for him. Wrestling a guy who is seven feet tall brings uniqueness in a match.
Check out his quotes courtesy of wrestlezone.com,
“I’ve actually enjoyed—I don’t enjoy getting booted in the face—I enjoy the challenge of wrestling somebody who is that big and newer, that sort of thing. I think it’s a good opportunity to show everybody what he can do. It’s also fun for me to go ‘OK, what do we have here?”