Lately, the hype for Daniel Bryan has reached an all-time high.
The initial shock of his Money in the Bank win was big, but many expected him to drop the case to Cody Rhodes or Wade Barrett.
Instead, Bryan has held on and kept moving forward. Now, he sits at the crossroads between being a star and becoming a main eventer.
I, for one, am a huge fan of Bryan. He is quite possibly the greatest wrestler in the world, and he has many other subtle things going for him than many don't notice.
Now, we all know that Bryan can wrestle like a main eventer. I would contend he can talk like one too, given the opportunity.
However, there is something not quite in place yet. Bryan is good, even great, but he is not a WWE main eventer.
Why? Because of his character.
Bryan right now is portrayed as a small, nerdy figure who knows a thing or two about wrestling. That is not a threatening or star making character.
So I have a few suggested tweaks that Bryan could make to make himself a star in the main event. These 10 suggestions are not full blown character changes, as they are ways to transition him from mid-card IWC darling to full-blown superstar.