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Old 01-19-2013, 05:57 AM   #89 (permalink)
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Default Re: Where Do You See Bryan Stand After Hell No Is Over?

Personally I'm hoping for a program vs. Antonio Cesaro for the US title after Hell No breaks up. First of the matches would be really good, and I think it can elevate both Cesaro and Bryan. Cesaro is obviously working an anti-American character, I'd love to see Bryan take up the American Dragon monniker again and defeat Cesaro for the title.
Cesaro can move up the card and Bryan can re-gain the credibility he lost as a midcard comedy jobber.

After a couple months Bryan will likely be over enough and credible enough to return to the main event. I wouldn't mind a program vs. Cena for the summer (I'm assuming Cena wins the title soon and gets a lenghty run, though I'm not expecting Bryan to be the one to end Cena's reign.
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