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WWE News: WWE Releases Daniel Bryan "Yes, Yes, Yes!" Shirt

Chris HumphreyCorrespondent IJanuary 2, 2017

It has been quite a past seven days for Daniel Bryan.

At this point last week, Bryan was preparing for a World Heavyweight Championship match against Sheamus that he would go on to lose in a scant 18 seconds last Sunday.

Even though Bryan lost his championship to Sheamus, the crowds at Sun Life Stadium and the American Airlines Arena continued to chant his signature phrase of  “Yes, Yes, Yes!” during his match Sunday and during Raw SuperShow the next night.

If you want to see how far the chant has made it in just a few days, you could hear it at a Miami Heat game later in the week, after the WWE had left South Beach in their rear-view mirror.

With the chant spreading like wildfire everywhere, it caught the attention of those in charge at WWE, as the company has released a new shirt for Bryan that you can see at the top of this article and the WWE’s official store, WWEShop.com.

While I might not agree with a lot of decisions by the WWE, I think the production of this “Yes!” shirt for Daniel Bryan fans is a great move by the company as they are paying attention to what the fans are doing as of late.

So, Bleachers, what do you think about the WWE producing “Yes!” shirts after the outpouring of support for Daniel Bryan while the WWE was in Miami Sunday and Monday nights?



Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. Become his fan on Facebook or follow him on Twitter @_CBH_.

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