How WWE should book Daniel Bryan from WrestleMania 34 to WrestleMania 35
Plotting out Daniel Bryan's path from WrestleMania 34 right the way through to WrestleMania 35
Daniel Bryan has been cleared to wrestle once again by the WWE. Bryan will join Shane McMahon to take on Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn at WrestleMania.
Following that match, however, Bryan could face virtually anyone heading forward, setting WWE fans minds alight with a host of possible matches.
Here is how I'd like to see WWE employ Bryan's talents in the upcoming year, from start to finish. Let's start with WrestleMania 34.
WrestleMania 34: Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn
The story is already there for this match as Owens and Zayn have attacked McMahon and Bryan in consecutive tweets. Zayn and Owens had been fired in the storyline but have an opportunity to keep their jobs safe at WrestleMania if they can beat McMahon and Bryan on the "Grandest Stage Of Them All".
The match itself is a good way of safely reintroducing Bryan to the ring as McMahon can take the majority of the punishment for him and when Bryan does enter the match he will be in there with two of the safest workers in the company, Owens and Zayn.
Ultimately, Owens and Zayn really have to win this match at this point given the stipulation but it should come after an altercation between McMahon and Bryan.
Among other incidents, Bryan can have the match won before McMahon can tag himself in and look to claim the victory for himself. When McMahon eventually takes the pin as he should, McMahon can shove Bryan and blame him for the loss.
After hitting McMahon with a flying knee, Bryan can once again lead a Yes! chant at WrestleMania, with Owens and Zayn chiming in with Yep!