5 Reasons why Daniel Bryan is better than Brock Lesnar
Daniel Bryan continues adding several legendary chapters to his real-life Cinderella story, after making his in-ring comeback earlier this year -- participating in a brawl with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens on the March 20th, 2018 episode of SmackDown Live.
Bryan quickly moved from one feud to another since then, and subsequently resumed his role as one of the WWE's top Superstars.
Speaking of which, Bryan had lately been stuck in seemingly meaningless storylines, which resulted in many of The Flying G.O.A.T.'s fans complaining that he deserves much better feuds on SmackDown Live.
Well, thankfully, for the millions and millions of his fans, including me, the WWE finally placed the spotlight on Bryan once again, by having him defeat AJ Styles for the latter's WWE Championship on the November 13th, 2018 episode of SmackDown Live.
Newly-crowned WWE Champion Bryan will now represent the SmackDown brand at the Survivor Series PPV; facing RAW's reigning Universal Champion Brock Lesnar, at the Survivor Series PPV which takes place this Sunday (November 18th, 2018)...On this special occasion, we take a look at a few highly intriguing reasons which solidify that Daniel Bryan is better than Brock Lesnar...
#5 Daniel Bryan isn't distracted by the UFC, and works as a full-time WWE Superstar
First off, we examine the most glaring reason which makes Daniel Bryan so much better than Brock Lesnar in the WWE. Bryan is a full-time WWE Superstar, whereas Lesnar is well known for having worked only a part-time schedule in the WWE since his return to the company in 2012.
A big reason behind Lesnar working a part-time schedule for the WWE is because the man is a huge box office draw outside the professional wrestling world as well -- one of the biggest attractions in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), working for the biggest organization in MMA, the UFC!
I truly believe in giving credit where it's due and have to admit, that Brock Lesnar is an excellent businessman and negotiator for consistently cutting such great deals with the WWE. However, Lesnar's business savvy doesn't change the fact that he's constantly distracted by the UFC, and doesn't give enough time to his duties in the WWE.
On the other hand, Daniel Bryan has always worked as a full-time Superstar for the WWE, and even during his injury, retirement, and post-retirement role as the General Manager of SmackDown Live -- Bryan always proved his commitment to the WWE! Let's face it, we'd want a full-time Superstar like Bryan as our champion, rather than a part-timer like Lesnar...