WWE News: Daniel Bryan Vs. Brock Lesnar At WrestleMania 31?

Daniel Bryan returned to the WWE Universe and announced his comeback last week on Monday Night Raw. The crowd went into an uproar of cheers, which signifies the yearning for Bryan to come back was great. As of right now, Bryan is not involved in a feud, but he is confirmed for the Royal Rumble match in a few weeks.

Yesterday, the Inquisitr reported that Daniel Bryan could enter into a feud with Seth Rollins. Both men have the in-ring skills of a master-technician, which would allow for only five-star matches. Along with their wrestling acumen, Rollins and Bryan are very good on the microphone.

Yes, that feud would put drive ratings upward for the WWE, but there’s a match that Bryan has wanted for a while. Before going out with an injury in May, Bryan was supposed to wrestle Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. John Cena filled in that role and that’s where the WWE is now. Daniel Bryan talked with the UK’s MTV website and said that he still wants that match with Lesnar at WrestleMania 31.

“One of the things that kills me about this is if I were champion right now I’d be wrestling Brock Lesnar and that’s the match I’ve always really wanted,” Bryan told MTV. “I feel like we could do something completely different that people [wouldn’t] have seen before in the United States. That’s the match I really, really want.”

Many plans for WrestleMania 31 are still being thrown on to the table. The WWE Universe thought that Roman Reigns was going to face Lesnar for the belt at the pay-per-view, but now that may not happen with the return of Bryan. Seth Mates, former-WWE Creative member, took to Twitter and offered booking ideas going forward.

Either of those ideas would work stupendously, while also creating bigger stars along the way. If WWE wants to have Lesnar take on Bryan at WrestleMania, then it must be done the proper way. Lesnar is supposed to be leaving the company following the event, so he’ll need a proper send-off. Daniel Bryan beating him would justify that.

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