|Daniel Bryan goes airborne|
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@kevinhunsperger & @my123cents
I've always respected the in ring work of Daniel Bryan, even before he was with the WWE and working as Bryan Danielson in Ring of Honor and on the indy (or is it indie?) scene. I love when he's actually able to get in there and wrestle. To say that Bryan doesn't give 110% each time he's in the ring would be a huge understatement.
The last couple of weeks have been interesting for Bryan and his Team Hell No partner Kane. I really have enjoyed what the WWE has done with these two, painting Bryan as the frustrated loser who can't seem to catch a break. His matches with the Shield have been stellar. Monday night on Raw, I feel like he and Ryback had an amazing match too.
While some think Bryan's best days are behind him, or agree that he is the weak link of his team, I disagree. I think this is clearly the rebranding of one of the most versatile wrestlers (yes, I said wrestlers) in the company. He takes every challenge (gimmick) thrown his way and excels.