WWE Smackdown: Will Kane's Feud with Daniel Bryan Turn Kane Babyface?
Shortly before his World Heavyweight Title No. 1 contender's match against Randy Orton and Alberto Del Rio on Friday Night Smackdown, Kane was brutally attacked by Daniel Bryan—he hit Kane with over a dozen ruthless chair shots.
Kane sold the attack brilliantly and was slow to recover. Even after the attack, Kane did well in his match and nearly won after choke/slamming Alberto Del Rio.
Unfortunately, Daniel Bryan returned to the ring with a steel chair in hand and distracted Kane from pinning Del Rio.
Kane chased Bryan away from the ring, but just as Kane was about to reenter the ring to pin Del Rio, Bryan returned and again distracted Kane—ultimately costing Kane the match when Randy Orton took advantage of the situation and RKO’d Kane.
Kane has been a heel since he put his mask back on—feuding with John Cena, Zack Ryder and Randy Orton: three babyfaces. After tonight, it looks like Kane will be feuding with a fellow heel, Daniel Bryan.
However, who is the true heel in the feud? Is it Kane or is it Daniel Bryan?
Daniel Bryan’s chair attack on Kane likely evoked sympathy for Kane from the fans—intentionally or unintentionally. Tonight on Smackdown, Kane looked human—thanks to the way Kane sold the attack.
The ultimate question we’re left with after tonight's Smackdown is whether Kane’s feud with Daniel Bryan will turn Kane babyface?
Would it be a good move by WWE to do such a thing? Should Kane stay heel or turn babyface? How will feuding with Daniel Bryan affect Kane?
We’ll have to wait and see.
Share your thoughts! Will Daniel Bryan turn Kane babyface? Is that a good or bad thing?
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