Daniel Bryan was cleared to return to the ring shortly before WrestleMania 34, and he’s been wrapped up in a feud with Big Cass for weeks now.
Some fans were hoping to see Daniel Bryan work with someone like AJ Styles or Samoa Joe after his WrestleMania feud finished up, but it looks like his rivalry with Cass is far from over.
Bryan recently opened up about working with Cass during an interview with Inside The Ropes, and he said that he’s actually enjoyed the feud so far.
“I’m a big believer—I know that everybody wants to see the big matches—I would have loved to have come back and gotten right into the big matches,” Bryan said via WrestleZone. “We did a match with me and AJ Styles on Smackdown, but especially now with the brand split—Samoa Joe, Shinsuke Nakamura, all of these things. But I also think you need to build to those. I’m somebody that’s always been, whether it’s been here or Ring Of Honor or whatever, I’ve worked hard at helping to bring new guys up. The idea of the old-timer who is trying to ‘keep his position’ and hold everybody down… I don’t think that works. I don’t think that’s sustainable and I think we need to build everybody up, and if everybody seems like Superstars, then the whole company is more fun to watch. I’ve actually enjoyed—I don’t enjoy getting booted in the face—I enjoy the challenge of wrestling somebody who is that big and newer, that sort of thing. I think it’s a good opportunity to show everybody what he can do. It’s also fun for me to go ‘OK, what do we have here?’”
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