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WWE possibly stole Daniel Bryan angle from Taz’s podcast

The New Daniel Bryan is definitely nothing like the Daniel Bryan we all knew. There have been speculations online that WWE creative writers ‘stole’ an idea for WWE Champion Daniel Bryan from former WWE superstar Taz.

The ECW legend talked about the Yes Movement on his podcast The Taz Show, where he mentioned how Daniel Bryan should have removed the ”Yes!” side plates from the WWE title. On the latest SmackDown episode, Bryan did the plates and throw them to the mat during a MizTV segment with The Miz.

“You tell me the ‘Yes! Yes! Yes!” movement is dead and yet the f–king belt says ‘Yes! Yes! Yes’, right? So you might say, ‘Wait a minute Taz, hold up a second, not so far. Why would they take the side-plates off when they don’t know that he’s going to say The Yes Movement is dead, in character.’

And I would say to you, you are correct, but Daniel Bryan should’ve made mention of this belt, of the side-plates, and pointed it out. And I would’ve liked it if he would’ve taken a f–king Phillips head screwdriver out of his sweater that he’s wearing, that his college professor lent him, his Biology 109 professor gave him. OK, you take the little f–king Phillips head screwdriver out of your pocket, unscrew the plate and throw it on the f–king floor.

The Yes Movement is dead. Show the plate, acknowledge it, it’s cool. It makes it even cooler when he does it. I don’t know if the f–king dude is a heel or babyface, I’m sure he’s a heel because he’s killing The Yes Movement, but you know how fans are, fans are going to like him even more. I would’ve had him, just hold the belt up without the plates. How cool would that s–t have been? Right or wrong? What do I know? I don’t need to be f–king dealing with creative stuff and writing wrestling, I don’t know s–t.”

@LMFight would put Taz’s audio with the segment from this week’s Smackdown. Taz would respond, saying that this was not the first time WWE took an idea from his podcast. He also mentioned how the pay was ”too low” for a creative writer’s position in WWE.


  • JC Bolden

    Well then