WWE WrestleMania 29: Why Daniel Bryan vs. Kane Needs to Happen

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WWE WrestleMania 29: Why Daniel Bryan vs. Kane Needs to Happen
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This might not be the most popular idea in the world considering the popularity of Team Hell No, but I truly believe that the team needs to end and Daniel Bryan vs. Kane needs to happen at WrestleMania 29.

Continuing my series of WrestleMania 29 preview pieces, I will explore the history between Daniel Bryan and Kane and what would lead to a huge match between the two at WrestleMania 29.

This saga with Daniel Bryan and Kane has lasted longer than anyone expected it to. During the summer of 2012, these two were entangled in a love storyline that also involved CM Punk and AJ Lee. It seemed as if all three men in this feud were fighting for the love and admiration of AJ instead of for the WWE Championship.

This entire angle took naturally turned Kane into a babyface due to his interactions with AJ. As the angle matured, CM Punk moved on to an apparent heel turn and AJ took the job as Raw general manager at "Raw 1000." Meanwhile, the hate between Daniel Bryan and Kane continued to fester. 

When AJ became general manager, she left Daniel Bryan standing at the alter during their wedding ceremony. This turned Daniel Bryan into an uncontrollable, angry human being. Shortly thereafter, AJ denied Bryan's request at a WWE Championship match and instead, booked a match at SummerSlam between Daniel Bryan and Kane. 

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Daniel Bryan upset Kane during the contest with a small package. However, this was not the last time these two would be involved with each other.

Both men showed similar anger management problems throughout the following weeks. They were forced to tag team together and go to some really memorable anger management classes with the infamous Dr. Shelby.

They formed a viable tag team threat and soon became WWE tag team champions. The WWE Universe voted on their name and they are now known as Team Hell No.

While their run as tag team champions has been entertaining and a breath of fresh air to the division as a whole, it is now time for the them to consider going their separate ways.

For the past two WrestleMania's, Daniel Bryan hasn't been able to truly showcase his skills within the confines of a WWE ring. At WrestleMania 27, his match with Sheamus for the United States Championship was bumped to the pre-show.

At WrestleMania 28, Bryan defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Sheamus in an 18-second debacle that didn't showcase any of Bryan's entertaining offense.

This year, Daniel Bryan deserves better. He deserves a big, singles win on the huge stage of WrestleMania

There is plenty of time to plant the seeds on an eventual breakup of Team Hell No. Kane has been a psychotic, big red monster for the majority of his career. The safe bet is to assume that Kane will turn on Daniel Bryan in a sadistic fit of rage at some point during their association.

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Is there enough time to make it happen before WrestleMania 29? Absolutely.

There are many different angles to build the hatred to a meaningful match at WrestleMania. It can start as early as Monday at the Raw 20th Anniversary show where Team Hell No are expected to defend the tag team titles against Rhodes Scholars. 

The heat can also build during The Royal Rumble match itself where either man could eliminate the other one. With both having anger issues, there is no denying the possibility of one going over the edge.

Kane has had many fantastic victories during his WWE career, including a huge WrestleMania win over Randy Orton last year. This should be the year where Daniel Bryan solidifies himself as the top star that he deserves to be.

A new, hate-filled feud between a heel Kane and a babyface Daniel Bryan could lead to a huge match on the "Grandest Stage of Them All" and give Daniel Bryan that huge WrestleMania spotlight that he has lacked.

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