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– As noted before, Daniel Bryan legitimately suffered a stinger in his match against Randy Orton on Monday night’s RAW. WWE officials stopped the match because of this.

The planned finish had Bryan defeating Orton to help set up Bryan’s main event run this summer.

We also noted how WWE’s website aired a video of Triple H explaining that Bryan confronted him about the decision to stop the match but they both apologized to each other. This was also a shoot.

When Bryan returned to the back, he was “irate” and complained to Triple H that the match should not have been stopped. They got into a loud argument in the gorilla position backstage with a lot of people looking on. People were shocked because Bryan is usually soft spoken and good natured, plus he was standing up to Triple h of all people.

Bryan complained that he’s worked all over the world, worked hurt and knows when he can go and when he can’t. Triple H argued that they were protecting him and they don’t want anyone working hurt. Both men did apologize to each other.

Source: PWInsider

  • Trollcules

    Come on you coward moderator….rebutt me if you have the skills or ballz

  • The Killswitch

    Either post on-topic or don’t post at all.

  • Trollcules


  • Pewp

    Source or it didn’t happen.

  • Pewp

    God, Bryan is wonderful to watch. I hope he slows down and is more careful with those dives.

  • Vic

    Haha love the Spaceballs reference.

  • The Killswitch

    Oh, well excuse me for discrediting your “insider” information. Your father’s brother’s aunt’s hairstylist’s ex husband’s roommate must be lucky to know everything that’s going on.

  • Trollcules

    Please buddy,I’ve contacted as many insiders as I can for the particular news…its a definite WORK

  • The Killswitch

    Did you even read the article? The injury was real, but it wasn’t as serious as people previously thought.

  • Trollcules

    I almost bought into it but then now,it turns out to be the only way they could put Randy as an invincible force along with Bryan,the tough new dog who just wont quit with (fake)injuries……..Another bunch of wwPGe’s crappy work

  • Scooter

    Just last night I was watching the last of Mcguiness (where Nigel talks about Bryan a lot) and it was what he thought was a minor bicep injury that stopped him from being signed to WWE.

  • TOmC

    You gotta admire Bryan’s drive/determination . . . but I agree with the call that was made. I mean, wasn’t the guy who performed as “Puke” in the [expanded} Legion of Doom paralyzed from a neck injury? Can’t be too cautious.

  • Scooter

    Valid point but I think the issue was Bryan wanted to keep going and wasn’t satisfied with ending the match in such a way, so Hunter did the only thing he could.

  • CC

    Yeah but its old school wrestling mentality. Look at HHH himself with his torn quad, yet finished the match. Then theres Chris Jericho who finished a match with a broken arm. While Stone Cold didnt exactly wrestle after his neck was broken, he certainly finished the match.
    Stopping the match and handing Bryan a loss was not the only solution. A quick finish with Bryan getting the win was doable.

  • Scooter

    As JBL said on commentary the problem with a stinger is you don’t know if your just hurt or injured got one myself in a match and wrote it off. Now I can’t fully rotate my arm.

  • Scooter

    Gotta agree with Hunter on this one Bryan tends to be over reckless and keep going when he really shouldn’t. Remember the detachted retina incident? That match should have been stopped but Bryans pride got in the way.

  • Pewp

    Oh, god. I could tell it was a real injury and not “just a sell”.

    For better or worse, I am glad they stopped the performance, and I hope Daniel Bryan recovers quickly.

  • jgdjgdklj

    Um.. when your arms go paralyzed like that, I think that’s a time when you CAN’T go. Bryan is one tough guy.

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