Daniel bryan
Daniel Bryan
Bryan Lloyd Danielson
  • Birthdate: 05/22/1981 (age 33)
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 210lb

In WWE, Danielson is a four-time world champion...

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-- WWE taped a match between Daniel Bryan and Tyson Kidd for this weekend's Saturday Morning Slam. It received great reviews from fans who said it was a very entertaining comedy match that will be good for the show's young audience.

-- It was reported a few weeks back that WWE was working on a major deal with Hulu. This deal was different from the Hulu Plus deal that was announced a few days ago. Word is that Vince McMahon changed his mind and the original idea was overhauled. The original deal would have been something similar to a soft-launch for the WWE Network with shows like Legends House and older archival footage also being featured. There were people within WWE very pessimistic about the WWE Network after the Hulu Plus deal was announced. There’s a feeling from some that WWE should have gone full-on with Hulu and backed away from trying to create their own Network. No word yet on how many millions of dollars the new Hulu Plus deal is worth to WWE but the original deal that was overhauled would have brought them between $15 million and $20 million annually.

-- THQ posted a video from SummerSlam Weekend in which Jim Ross hosted a panel of Superstars, Divas and Mike Tyson to hype WWE '13. Here's the official description: "As if SummerSlam wasn't enough of a WWE summer treat, the latest THQ news release will give you even more reason to drool like a hungry fan. WWE Games organized an unbelievable crew of talent to make up quite possibly the greatest WWE panel ever. And we're ready to reveal the whole shebang, one part at a time. WWE Champion CM Punk, World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mike Tyson, Dolph Ziggler, AJ Lee, Brodus Clay & The Funkadactyls, Cameron and Naomi, and special moderator Jim Ross. Join the panel as they visit "Attitude Era" memories, compare talent between WWE's various eras and so much more."