New Column: A Little Piece Of Confetti

Looking back at Daniel Bryan in WWE, capped off by his best moment.

 

 http://www.wrestlingrumors.net/kbs-review-a-little-piece-of-confetti/49624/

5 comments

  1. CrazySole says:

    Nice article KB, I feel Bryan, along with CM Punk were the two biggest names to become actual stars since Cena and Batista, he will deeply be missed.

    While it wasn’t one of his best moments, one of his most memorable moments to me was when he turned on the Wyatt Family inside the steel cage. The emotion he showed and how he expertly controlled the crowd is something I’ll never forget.

    CrazySole Reply:

    Also, you mentioned how your main thought post show was about Bryan. Really? I understand it’s your perspective but surely the biggest talking point coming from Mania 30 had to be Taker’s loss, even for you who attended the show.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    Honestly yeah. Maybe it was the show ending that way and the amazing visual (and pop) when Bryan won the title but that’s what stuck with me. Now to be fair it took a few days to set in on me but Bryan’s performance was a huge point.

    Now though, it’s the opening. You can guess a lot of surprises at a wrestling show, but that glass shattering absolutely got me.

    CrazySole Reply:

    Also, you mentioned how your main thought post Mania 30 was about Bryan. Really? I understand it’s your perspective but surely the biggest talking point coming from Mania 30 had to be Taker’s loss, even for you who attended the show.

    Bill Lesnar Reply:

    Also, you mentioned how your main thought post Mania 30 was about Bryan. Really? I understand it’s your perspective but surely the biggest talking point coming from Mania 30 had to be Taker’s loss, even for you who attended the show.