By Tim Fiorvanti – July 6, 2018
Daniel Bryan made the seemingly impossible happen when he announced his return to in-ring action. After three years on the shelf, he came back at WrestleMania 34 to tag with Shane McMahon and defeat Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.
Through the rest of April, it seemed as though the WWE was cashing in on the unbelievable excitement his return generated by putting him up against AJ Styles in a SmackDown main event and having him set the all-time record for longest time spent in a Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia’s Greatest Royal Rumble event.
But everything went off the rails in a hurry from there, and despite some hopeful moments along the way, it’s still not clear that there’s any definitive plan for Bryan’s future, in either the short or long term. The specter of a massive Miz-Bryan blowoff at WrestleMania 35 is fantastic, but there’s no reason not to take advantage of everything else SmackDown has to offer for the rest of 2018 …. Read the Full Story HERE