The same Daniel Bryan whose moveset is now so limited he likely has less moves than Cena? Maybe early DB, but he's so constricted now, he makes Rollins look like Mozart.
Steve Austin post broken neck was heavily constricted, and that version was one of the greatest in-ring performers of all time. How many moves a person has doesn't prove how good they are in the ring. You're just proving to me you don't know anything about in-ring work.
Nothing, he just had a few unpopular opinions and views on Mox and WWE and suddenly everyone turned off their brain to his ability because someone they don't like can't be good at anything because people are fucking stupid, the end
I just can't with idiotic arguments like this. This isn't something that happened overnight, and it most certainly did not happen because of his comments on Ambrose. Complaints about Rollins in-ring work have been going on for a while now.
It actually is psychology, he had to risk everything to beat Lesnar, which is exactly what he did in that match and it paid off in the end. He had to hit something really big and even though he risked his mid section, he HAD to do it to take Lesnar out. It was a more guts/heart than brain story being told, it's not even questionable, you're just either ignorant or blind if you can't tell a story cause of your bias against someone
Jesus christ this is even worse than your other post. First off what you just described is storytelling, not psychology. Second, this entire post is strawman arguing at its finest.
Rollins is a man whose finisher revolves around slamming the opponents head into the mat. And he's a dangerous striker with his feet and knees, as he has proven in the past. So please, do not tell us that he needed to do multiple suicide dives into a man who is 280+ pounds of almost pure muscle and a frog splash onto the man while he was on the announcers table. If Seth had any regard for actual storytelling and making what was happening look convincing, he wouldn't have done a frog splash onto the announcers table. He would have went onto the other one, and hit Lesnar with the curb stomp onto the table. Targeting the head was the best bet, since that is the main point of impact with the Curb Stomp anyways (you know, that move he used to beat him with...twice). Rollins never gave any ounce of a shit about telling a legitimate story in that match. He went for the big spots that made no sense, and quite frankly, that entire match can be summed up with that very sentence. A bunch of big spots that made no sense.
Guts/Heart stories can lead to terrific matches. But when it's done in a way that is straight up illogical, it simply doesn't work. And here, it doesn't work. And the reaction from a lot of fans to this match is a clear indication of that. Don't call it bias or being blind. You're committing the act of being both of those things if you're sitting there with a straight face telling us that a man with broken ribs using his stomach to fight someone could possibly work in any scenario.