Kofi Kingston was among the most popular in WWE, but it always felt as though the company was never going to give him a real main event push.
Daniel Bryan is one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. He is technically sound, being able to put on fantastic wrestling matches with anyone, but he is also fantastic on the microphone and at building a character.
At the close of Friday's SmackDown, The Fiend pulled Daniel Bryan under the ring and bundles of hair returned. Is this a sign Bryan is changing? More specifically, that he's going to a look old Ring of Honor fans might know well?
Daniel Bryan could not find a way past Bray Wyatt at Survivor Series. The Fiend is still your Universal Champion.
It seems as if Daniel Bryan will battle Bray Wyatt at Survivor Series, and Mark Henry seems to think it's a match made in heaven.
The fans in attendance for 205 Live in Philadelphia were given a special treat at the end, with two major dark matches taking place after the broadcast.
The Survivor Series pay-per-view is just 10 days away, but we're still waiting to find out who Bray Wyatt will defend his Universal Championship against.
Daniel Bryan will go down in the history books as one of the best pro wrestlers of his generation, and we'd be stunned if anyone felt differently. From his debut all the way up to his big triumph at W...
With one champion already slotted for a match at Survivor Series, it appears the Universal Champion may have an opponent as well.
Daniel Bryan is a future WWE Hall Of Fame headliner who is a huge fan-favorite. He's one of WWE's greatest ever underdog wrestlers, a man who has had a career packed full of incredible highs and some almighty lows.
The best factions in wrestling history have seen incredible wrestlers add to their legacy by joining them. Hulk Hogan added a second iconic run to his career by forming the New World Order in WCW. Tri...
As a general rule, there is a formula in WWE when it comes to the company's desired championship material. It is no secret that Vince McMahon likes to adhere to a set standard, and has pushed large, m...
Daniel Bryan been a main event heel on SmackDown Live for 10 months now, but the perennial babyface may be turning good guy soon once again.
The Roman Reigns' attacker storyline has been ongoing for well over a month now, and the latest chapter of this bizarre saga will see The Big Dog go up against Erick Rowan at Clash of Champions.
Daniel Bryan has been working extensively in clearing himself from the mysterious attacks on Roman Reigns, but he hasn't had much success up to this point.
This year's SummerSlam event in Toronto was loaded with star power but two of SmackDown's primary and elite competitors were absent from the match card.