Daniel Bryan VS Triple H WrestleMania 30 Results: The Yes Movement Chants For The WWE Star

The Daniel Bryan VS Triple H results have come in and the yes movement will be quite pleased with WrestleMania 30.

Triple H made an entrance that would intimidate even the strongest foes. Donning an attire dipped in gold with slave women flanking his side, Triple H solemnly sat upon his throne before making his walk to the ring to join his wife, Stephanie McMahon, looking beautiful in a mix-match of corporate attire and a pair of shorts showing off her sleek legs. Daniel Bryan didn’t have anything spectacular, just the power of the “Yes Movement”.

After a back and forth game, Triple H gained the advantage when he slammed Daniel Bryan on the side of the canvas while Bryan was still in a chicken wing. The move was effective in hurting Bryan’s injured shoulder. Triple H took advantage of this as he continued to attack Bryan’s shoulder with damaging arm moves, Bob Backlund’s Crossface Chickenwing, and even Chris Benoit’s Crippler Crossface. Nevertheless, Bryan was able to escape the onslaught which also included reversing Triple H’s Crippler Crossface into the “Yes” Lock. Fortunately for Triple H, he was able to reach the ropes.

The match then went up a notch as Triple H and Daniel Bryan went back and forth hitting each other’s signature moves. At one time, Triple H was about to win when he hit the Pedigree. Powered by the “Yes Movement”, Daniel Bryan was able to kick out and eventually, was able to hit the running knee and capture the win.

The celebration was cut short as Triple H assaulted Daniel Bryan at the end of the match, which also included a vile chairshot to Bryan’s injured shoulder. Bryan will definitely need to rest up if he wants to be able to compete.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, we’ve been predicting that the WWE management would finally let Daniel Bryan win the WWE Championship belt. But now that this match is finished we’ll be looking forward to the Triple Threat match with Randy Orton and Dave Batista.