Did Goldberg ever get tired of getting beat up and join the NWO? Did The Undertaker tell The Million Dollar Corporation that he couldn't take it anymore? Did Steve Austin ever just give up and join The Ministry?
Well, Daniel Bryan called it quits and joined The Wyatt Family.
Nope. This isn't going to work.
I don't want to hear any "just give it a chance! It's too early to tell!" Daniel Bryan joining the Wyatt Family will not be good for his career. WWE storytelling has proven so inconsistent and illogical over the years that it's foolish to think this will lead anywhere positive.
First off, why did Bryan suddenly give up and join them? There were no signs that this was ever going to happen. Sure, it makes for a swerve, but not a very logical one. Secondly, him joining The Wyatts has already been badly damaged because of how poorly the feud has been booked so far.
Bryan was kidnapped by the group (later explained the next week that he actually wasn't) and was fine one week later. Recently, the Wyatts pushed him 15 feet to the concrete ground on SmackDown. He should have been dead. He was back three days later on Raw without a scratch on him.
Watching Bryan agree to join the group actually made me a little sad. I mean, here's a guy that the fans absolutely got behind 100 percent. He was our star. He should have held onto the title after SummerSlam, and have been given a real shot as a true main-eventer. Right now, he should be tapping out a heel Big Show or putting HHH in his place.
Instead, he got beat down every week. We were told he's weird looking and short. Nobody cared about that except for people in management.
Some may think that Bryan is just faking joining The Wyatt Family so he can bring them down from the inside. Ok, but there's a big problem with that theory. The Wyatt Family isn't that dangerous. They lose most of their matches, and have shown they're completely incapable of successfully kidnapping or physically harming someone.
You know what, it's a new year. I'm going to try and be positive. I'll give this a two percent chance of working, and only a 98 percent chance this is going to suck.
Time to kick out.
Agree? Disagree? What was your worst moment of the week? Am I way off on Bryan? Sound off below, and thanks for reading!