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Daniel Bryan is getting increased TV time. Great!
He also picked up a clean win on Randy Orton. Awesome!
The Chairman of the company said Bryan is too short and emotionally unstable to become a star. Idiotic.
In the words of Paul Heyman: "accentuate the positives, hide the negatives."
Bryan is close to becoming a big star for the company. Very close. But instead of going all in, WWE seems to be giving him a reluctant push. It's almost like McMahon wants him to fail so he can move on to someone else.
The whiny, paranoid, comedic Daniel Bryan has run its course. It's time to get serious.
The big pops that Bryan have received lately haven't been because of his comedy bits. They happen in matches when he takes the hot tag, and unloads a fury of unbelievable offense. The fans want to see him kick ass, not argue.
On Raw, Daniel Bryan defeated Randy Orton in a stellar match. This should have been the end of the “weakest link” storyline. On SmackDown though, it just continued.
Bryan has enormous potential, but he's not going to become a huge star unless the company tones down the comedy, and quits pointing out his shortcomings. Most of all, they need to lay off bad jokes like having him say he looks like an extra from The Hobbit.
No! No! No!
Well, that's all for this week. Agree? Disagree? What was your worst moment of the week? Sound off below, and thanks for reading!