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Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon der. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon der. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

NEW ORLEANS — Was Daniel Bryan’s in-ring return at WrestleMania 34 successful? In a word, yes.

Still, after spending three years fighting to be able to compete once again, Bryan’s dreams were nearly dashed before the bell even rang. In a match where their WWE futures were at stake, the “Yep!” Movement of Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn attacked Bryan and his partner Shane McMahon from behind, throwing Shane into his family at ringside and savagely powerbombing The “Yes!” Man onto the edge of the apron.

The attack put Bryan in bad shape, prompting medical personnel to come attend to him and forcing Shane-O-Mac to go it alone. The SmackDown LIVE Commissioner bravely opened up with a fury on his opposition, but Owens & Zayn took advantage of the injuries they’d previously caused to Shane and took firm control.

Daniel Bryan desata su agresión sobre Sami Zayn y Kevin Owens en su regreso al ring: WrestleMania 34

Tras años de espera, Daniel Bryan finalmente regresó a la acción en el ring de WWE.

The “Yep!” Movement’s assault on The Prodigal Son was both unsettling and intensely personal, as they talked copious amounts of trash while relentlessly targeting Shane’s vulnerable mid-section. Bryan, meanwhile, continued to be looked at with a stretcher looming by on the outside.

Forever a McMahon, Shane-O-Mac refused to surrender, battling back with everything he could muster. He even astonishingly connected with a Coast-to-Coast dropkick on Zayn despite the intense pain he was in. That amazing act was not enough to keep Shane in control, but the tides turned when Bryan miraculously returned to the ring, changing the landscape and making it a fair fight.

Zayn and Owens did everything they could to keep Bryan at bay on the apron, but he eventually found his way into the contest, showing no signs of ring rust as he unleashed an offensive onslaught. It seemed nothing could stop The “Yes!” Man, as he neutralized both opponents with his signature running dropkicks into the corner and then a massive hurricanrana to Zayn off the tope rope.

Owens and Zayn finally found their opening when KO caught Bryan off-guard by grabbing his foot, which allowed Sami to connect with a vicious Helluva Kick. Owens then hit a Pop-up Powerbomb on the former WWE Champion, but Bryan refused to stay down.

Shane returned to the contest to down Owens on the outside, allowing Bryan to absolutely demolish Zayn with a barrage of strikes and his patented “Yes!” Kicks. From there, Bryan had all of the 78,133 WWE fans in attendance chanting “Yes!” as he executed his Running Knee and then applied the “Yes!” Lock for the tap-out victory.

Owens and Zayn were permanently banished from SmackDown LIVE, and Team Blue’s management had only a one-word thought on their exit. Yep, “Yes!”

NEW ORLEANS — Was Daniel Bryan’s in-ring return at WrestleMania 34 successful? In a word, yes.

Still, after spending three years fighting to be able to compete once again, Bryan’s dreams were nearly dashed before the bell even rang. In a match where their WWE futures were at stake, the “Yep!” Movement of Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn attacked Bryan and his partner Shane McMahon from behind, throwing Shane into his family at ringside and savagely powerbombing The “Yes!” Man onto the edge of the apron.

The attack put Bryan in bad shape, prompting medical personnel to come attend to him and forcing Shane-O-Mac to go it alone. The SmackDown LIVE Commissioner bravely opened up with a fury on his opposition, but Owens & Zayn took advantage of the injuries they’d previously caused to Shane and took firm control.

Daniel Bryan desata su agresión sobre Sami Zayn y Kevin Owens en su regreso al ring: WrestleMania 34

Tras años de espera, Daniel Bryan finalmente regresó a la acción en el ring de WWE.

The “Yep!” Movement’s assault on The Prodigal Son was both unsettling and intensely personal, as they talked copious amounts of trash while relentlessly targeting Shane’s vulnerable mid-section. Bryan, meanwhile, continued to be looked at with a stretcher looming by on the outside.

Forever a McMahon, Shane-O-Mac refused to surrender, battling back with everything he could muster. He even astonishingly connected with a Coast-to-Coast dropkick on Zayn despite the intense pain he was in. That amazing act was not enough to keep Shane in control, but the tides turned when Bryan miraculously returned to the ring, changing the landscape and making it a fair fight.

Zayn and Owens did everything they could to keep Bryan at bay on the apron, but he eventually found his way into the contest, showing no signs of ring rust as he unleashed an offensive onslaught. It seemed nothing could stop The “Yes!” Man, as he neutralized both opponents with his signature running dropkicks into the corner and then a massive hurricanrana to Zayn off the tope rope.

Owens and Zayn finally found their opening when KO caught Bryan off-guard by grabbing his foot, which allowed Sami to connect with a vicious Helluva Kick. Owens then hit a Pop-up Powerbomb on the former WWE Champion, but Bryan refused to stay down.

Shane returned to the contest to down Owens on the outside, allowing Bryan to absolutely demolish Zayn with a barrage of strikes and his patented “Yes!” Kicks. From there, Bryan had all of the 78,133 WWE fans in attendance chanting “Yes!” as he executed his Running Knee and then applied the “Yes!” Lock for the tap-out victory.

Owens and Zayn were permanently banished from SmackDown LIVE, and Team Blue’s management had only a one-word thought on their exit. Yep, “Yes!”