Daniel Bryan and the yes movement really want WrestleMania 30 to put a crown on Bryan’s career… and a belt around his waist. But will the WWE management allow this to happen?
In a related report by The Inquisitr, the yes movement was not something that was invented but was instead an organic movement created by the fans. When interviewed, Daniel Bryan has been clear that he’s only doing what the fans desire as the WWE’s top goat:
“I’ve never gone up to anybody and said ‘hey, look at what I’m doing, I should be a main guy here’. I’ve always let my work speak for itself and I’ve always let the fan reaction speak for itself and make it so they don’t have a choice but to do what they do with me right? It’s not me pushing for me to get this opportunity. It’s the fans who have been pushing for it and them saying no, this is what we want. We want this at WrestleMania and WWE has to listen to them.”
Ever since Summerslam, Bryan has been screwed out of being World Champion multiple times already. Kane seems to be the only reason the underdog lost against Randy Orton at WWE Elimination Chamber 2014. Everyone seems to think that Triple H may steal the WWE Heavyweight Championship belt out of Bryan’s clutches, but they’d be foolish to allow such a conclusion to the storyline at this point.
Essentially, the WWE has been trolling the fans by not allowing Bryan his shining moment in the sun. Some people say that Triple H personally hates the yes movement in a real way, not as a story, and is trying to bury it. The other way to consider the past is that for seven months the authority has been bottling up the fans’ passion and now it’s ready to explode. So while Bryan was denied at Royal Rumble and the Elimination Chamber it’s fully possible that during WrestleMania 30 he will be allowed to tear down Randy Orton and give the boot to Dave Batista’s skinny jean-wearing butt.
Quite frankly, the WWE also needs to have Daniel Bryan win WrestleMania 30. It would be that Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero moment for the WWE World Championship that makes fans remember the event instead of being upset about what could have been. This is also a critical time where management is trying to get fans to sign up for the WWE Network and it just does not make sense to make them angry. What do you think?