Daniel Bryan WrestleMania Diary: Introduction

Daniel Bryan WrestleMania Diary: Introduction

You weren't supposed to get this Diary. Be it by his fortune or bureaucratic design, all signs suggested Daniel Bryan would surface at  WrestleMania 30 in a competitive yet far less marquee role. A contender for show-stealer but not positioned to make history. A mid-event blip on the radar of the WWE Universe during the 30th edition of The Show of Shows.

In stature (5-foot-10), diet (former vegan) and grooming (woolier than The Berzerker), Daniel Bryan is everything WWE's top champion has never resembled. But, should he overcome Triple H, then both Batista and Randy Orton, Bryan – the man who ate foot prior to an  18-second flop at WrestleMania XXVIII – will raise up the dual symbols of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship for the most emphatic "Yes!" succession yet.

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This Sunday, April 6, three decades of WrestleMania culminate simultaneous with a squared circle Manifest Destiny, a Movement. The Face of WWE may soon enough be a bit more bewhiskered, as a potential fairy tale (complete with chivalrous man-faun) unfolds before you on The Grandest Stage of Them All.

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WWE.com invites you to move forth with Daniel Bryan as he enters the fight of his wrestling-obsessed life against The Game, poised to clash with a re-emergent animalistic gladiator and an overindulged titleholder who's rediscovered his slither.

No Authority, Animal or Apex Predator. Just a man with a beard, whom WWE fans have long stood behind, now welcomed immediately alongside for WrestleMania Week in New Orleans. Trail him on WWE.com for exclusive insights and images on the final leg of The Road to WrestleMania 30.

His is the story that was never to be told. And this is the story behind that story.


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