Daniel Bryan VS Kane seems to be the only reason the underdog lost against Randy Orton at WWE Elimination Chamber 2014. Already, the yes movement is calling for Daniel Bryan’s WrestleMania 30 moment to include a surprise attack during Dave Batista VS Randy Orton. But will Kane steal the WWE Heavyweight Championship belt out of Bryan’s clutches?
In a related report by The Inquisitr, last night’s WWE Elimination Chamber PPV will likely be the last of its kind because the WWE Network is launching shortly. Subscribers will have access to all of the WWE pay per view events for a measly $9.99 per month, including WrestleMania 30. This price is quite a bargain considering the average PPV match costs $50, and there’s nothing preventing WWE fans from subscribing for only a month.
Anyone watching the WWE lately must have noticed Vince McMahon is purposefully making things tough for Daniel Bryan. Not only was his injury smashed repeatedly just days before the Elimination Chamber, but he was forced to fight a second match against a fresh opponent only to have Kane intervene. After Daniel Bryan was choke-slammed by Kane, the latter man simply stalked to the ringside and announced Bryan had won due to outside interference… his interference.
So when Kane interfered with Orton and Bryan when they were the last two men standing it seemed almost a repeat of Smackdown. And the yes movement was none too pleased, with many booing at the results.
Shame on Kane, if it wasn’t him, Daniel Bryan will be the new champion. Sad End pic.twitter.com/7AmFWaTbOn
— #RespectPunk. (@TheGeniusPunk) February 24, 2014
They screw Daniel Bryan week after week after week after PPV after PPV after PPV…. #WWEChamber
— AJay (@The_Way_Im) February 24, 2014
Right after Royal Rumble ended, Mick Foley ripped into the WWE management, saying it hated the fans:
“This Daniel Bryan thing is a phenomenon. You get it. I get it. The fans in Pittsburgh (yes, I was thinking of writing ‘RIGHT TH…but I’m just not in a cheap pop mood) got it. But tonight, for the first time, I had to admit to myself that the powers that be are just not going to get it. And that makes me sad.”
So the WWE needs to make it up to the fans and they know this. It’s possible we’ll see Daniel Bryan VS Kane determine whether or not he gets to drop in on Dave Batista VS Randy Orton. That way everything is official and Bryan has a chance for the belt. But it’s still possible the WWE will stick with having Dave Batista’s WWE return be the highlight. But I doubt Daniel Bryan’s yes brigade will be chanting their favorite word if the metrosexual fashionista called Batista happens to win.
So wait? People actually think that Daniel Bryan will face Kane at WMXXX? Come on, people! Id like to think you are smarter than that.
— Matt Beaver (@EddieMichaelsJr) February 24, 2014
— Scott M. Fishman (@smFISHMAN) February 24, 2014