Daniel Bryan to Face Triple H at WrestleMania, Will Join Title Match with Win

Tim KeeneyContributor IMarch 10, 2014

WWE Superstar Bryan Danielson (AKA Daniel Bryan) arrives at the Superstars of Hope honors Make A Wish Foundation event at The Beverly Hills Hotel on Thursday, August 15, 2013 in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Paul A. Hebert/Invision/AP)
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Daniel Bryan's WrestleMania moment is coming. In fact, two moments may be coming. 

During a wildly unique segment on Monday night's episode of Raw, Bryan was able to arrange a match with Triple H. But not only that, if he is able to take down The Game, the King of Beards will enter the main event with WWE champ Randy Orton and Batista. 

WWE Magazine on Twitter confirmed the news:

First, let's take a quick look at the incredible segment from Raw. 

Tired of being pushed around by The Authority, Bryan showed he has far better skills than Bray Wyatt at running a cult, as he surrounded the ring with hundreds of "random fans" who had joined the "Yes Movement." 

Ring announcer Justin Roberts gave a glimpse at the wild scene, while former WWE star Matt Hardy called the entire thing "awesome":

It was a tremendous way to give the WWE fans what they have been clamoring for for the past several months. 

With his propensity to put on a show every single time he enters the ring, no matter who's in there with him, Bryan has long been the most over superstar in the business. He has been unable to establish a reign as champion, but many have been under the impression he would get his moment in the main event at WrestleMania. 

As legend Mick Foley noted, that plan is finally coming to fruition:

The WWE knows what it's doing. WrestleMania is the biggest event of the year, and the idea to have Bryan do double-duty—assuming he doesn't lost to Triple H, which make little sense—is going to send anticipation through the roof. 

Grantland's Bill Barnwell joked that the company should take it one step farther:

That may not happen, but at this point, proponents of Bryan are already more than satisfied.