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AJ manages not to get involved in the match at all.
Daniel Bryan and Kane get 15 minutes to show their ability in the ring. Nearing the end Bryan applies the Label/YES/NO lock on Kane. Kane struggles to get to his feet and just as it seems Kane is going to overpower Bryan, he collapses to the mat unconscious.
The referee calls the match and Bryan wins, however Bryan is not finished. Throughout the night we see Bryan continuously assaulting different backstage workers as he finally snaps.
After the WWE title match, which CM Punk wins, Bryan comes to the ring and beats up on CM Punk.
Thus we get the luxury of watching Bryan and Punk feud in a very personal string of matches and the WWE creatives forget all about John Cena and the Rock.
After both men enter the ring, AJ’s music hits. After AJ skips around the ring 19 times, Kane finally hits Daniel Bryan. However, despite a match taking place, the camera stays firmly planted on AJ (who has now started skipping again). The fans start chanting “YES” along with AJ, the commentators only talk about AJ and her entrance music continuously plays.
This continues for the duration of the seven minute long match (Triple H is not going to give Bryan that much time in a ring). Once the match ends and Kane wins, AJ skips along as Kane chases after her to confess his love.
Bryan, still in the ring, chants “Yes” and “No” for the next five minutes until he has a legitimate nervous breakdown because of the stuff the WWE makes him do. He gets carted away, even though the fans in attendance think it is part of the show, and we never see Bryan again.