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Old 01-16-2013, 09:31 PM   #71 (permalink)
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I'd love to see him become a true main-eventer but I think he'll be the sort of guy that will look too good for mid-card (kayfabe wise) but job to the stars
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:53 PM   #72 (permalink)
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Default Re: Where Do You See Bryan Stand After Hell No Is Over?

Since the WWE title picture is pretty well booked solid until Summerslam and the WHC still needs to go on Ziggler and Ryback, I'm guessing he'll work in the mid-card for a while. Probably another short program with Kane to put the cap on their partnership and then to the IC title scene. I wouldn't mind seeing him programmed with Barrett over the IC strap but that obviously depends on how long Wade will hold it and how much longer they're going to extend the THN stuff.
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:02 PM   #73 (permalink)
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I wanna see Bryan vs Punk booked again in reverse. I seriously think it can match HBK/Hart as far as entertainment goes
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:09 PM   #74 (permalink)
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If I am being perfectly honest & this is 100% not a troll reply, I think WWE are going to use Daniel Bryan as the new comedy midcard act, ala Santino Marella. It's a shame because of how tremendously talented he is but I can not in good faith believe that WWE are going to see him as a big star or a top guy. His size and look are simply always going to hinder him. Could he get over as the submission expert underdog that can beat anyone by catching them in a move? You bet your ass. Would WWE book him like that when he can just be a guy with a generic catchphrase and sell "goatface" shirts or whatever instead? I'm not so sure. I think he'll be used continually as the workhorse to make the flash-in-the-pan non-working hoss of the month look good for his whole career.
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Bryan is too good to be what Santino is. He will be serious again once this Hell No thing boils over. I can see a heel turn by the end of the year, DB is so much better as a heel.
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:22 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Bryan is too good to be what Santino is. He will be serious again once this Hell No thing boils over. I can see a heel turn by the end of the year, DB is so much better as a heel.
I disagree. I think Bryan is far better as a more serious "face". He has played his heel role out with the "No" thing. The "yes" chants were far better, and especially when they were coming from the fans. I don't care what people are chanting, I like the atmosphere it provides. When a live audience is loud, and in to the show it's great for home viewing audience. Honestly, I wouldn't mind seeing him feud with Wade Barrett over the Intercontinental title. It's the only mid card title he hasn't held. He doesn't rushed right back in to the main event scene with Punk, Cena, or Sheamus. I wouldn't even be opposed to Bryan feuding with Cesaro over the United States title. Hell, once Ohno is called up have him feud with Bryan over their beards. Daniel Bryan is gold, and anything he touches turns to gold. Remember that.
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Default Re: Where Do You See Bryan Stand After Hell No Is Over?

I'd love to say that Bryan will leave Hell No and go straight back to the main event, and while it's possible (probably on Smackdown rather than RAW) I tend to doubt it, at least not straight away.

I think Bryan will be an upper mid-carder when the team first breaks up, feuding with guys like Barrett and Cesaro maybe for the mid-card belts. After a while though, I think they'll push him back up to the main event. Give it half a year or so. The guys so popular with everyone whether he's face or heel that it's a waste not to. He turned out to be a great world champion when he cashed in, he had some fantastic matches and feuds so I see no reason they won't go back to him being in the mix for the world titles when the opportunity arises for him.
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Default Re: Where Do You See Bryan Stand After Hell No Is Over?

They fucked his character up and has now become a joke. Once Hell no breaks up im sure he will be jobbing. But at this point im so sick of hell no, i will not even mind that.
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In the main event, Bryan gets great pops like Randy Orton
I would love to see Bryan feud with a heel Orton
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Have him feud with Cesaro for the US title for awhile. They can have a lengthy program which will provide three large benefits: - It continues to get the US Title over as a legitimate championship. - It builds Bryan up as a bigger face so he can pop back in to the Main Event afterward. - It builds Cesaro up as a bigger heel in a likewise fashion.

I think that they could also have him feud with Barrett to serve a similar purpose. Though I believe that Cesaro's gimmick of being this throwback strongman is more in line with Bryan's similar throwback gimmick. There would just be a little bit of a mismatch in Bryan/Barrett, and would mostly serve to push Barrett up, as opposed to Bryan/Cesaro where it would likely be more mutually beneficial.

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