DANIEL BRYAN VS SHANE MCMAHON– Rumors are coming from the WWE network that Daniel Bryan will have a match at WrestleMania 34 against none other than Shane McMahon.
Daniel has not been cleared to wrestle at wreslemanian34.
While some have asked why Kurt Angle has been cleared and Bryan hasn’t, Angle uncovered before the end of last year that the distinction is basic: Bryan’s blackout issues are more genuine than Angle’s neck issues, which he said have not been an issue in twelve years.
Despite the fact that that most likely is an extreme pill for Bryan to swallow, there are no genuine signs that WWE will give him a chance to wrestle again despite the fact that he has been quarrelling with Shane McMahon for most of a year.
The Bryan/Shane fight is likely only a bother of a conceivable match between the two and just that.
Reports demonstrate that Shane will have a type of match with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn at WrestleMania 34, and more than likely, we will soon observe WWE set the phase for Bryan to be composed off SmackDown.
Indeed, WWE is as of now establishing the framework for that with the current strain amongst Shane and Bryan, which has commanded SmackDown lately and made the show relatively unwatchable on occasion.
In a perfect world, their dramatization would prompt a match between the two, however, the nearer we get to WrestleMania without an official declaration of that session, the more outlandish it appears.
With Bryan’s agreement lapsing in September, it’s ending up increasingly clear what Bryan’s future holds, which is a takeoff from WWE, and no doubt, an arrival to the free scene, a move to New Japan Pro-Wrestling or an arrival to Ring of Honor.
That, obviously, will be an enormous story to watch out for pushing ahead, accepting Bryan does not get his desire of wrestling in WWE once more.