Paul Heyman discusses Daniel Bryan's future

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Paul Heyman discusses Daniel Bryan's future

After what we saw at Wrestlemania 37 with the Triple Threat Match valid for the title of SmackDown which had the function of Main Event the last week of the blue show has brought back numerous and interesting segments. In the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown Cesaro challenged Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship title but the Tribal Chief did not appreciate this request and in the face of pressure from Daniel Bryan for this match to go through, the champion challenged for a match Daniel Bryan: the match will be valid for the title but in case of defeat the most loved Yes Man from the WWE Universe will be forced to leave Friday Night Smackdown or rather as Reigns remembers several times, the home of Reigns.

Paul Heyman, Roman Reigns advisor and co-host of Talking Smack in the SmackDown post, along with Kayla Braxton, talked about this match, with some strong and interesting statements.

Paul Heyman on Daniel Bryan

During this week's Talking Smack Paul Heyman spoke thus about Daniel Bryan warning all Yes Man fans.

Here are his words about the Main Event of the next episode of SmackDown: "If Roman Reigns wins and I assure you he will win, it's the end for Daniel Bryan. He's out of here and won't come back, no way. I think after this match he will be banned from Smackdown forever.

Forget Daniel Bryan, or Bryan Danielson, nothing more for the American Dragon or Brie Bella's father anyway. Out of this show. When we have to remember someone, we can't help but think of the Tribal Chief, the reigning chief, he has imposed his will on everyone else.

How right it is he is the Head of the Table." Daniel Bryan's future is all to be decided and the wrestler himself had cryptic words about his future at BT Sport. Here are his words: "I felt detached from the Wrestlemania 37 match, I don't know what it means and if it can be a signal about my future."

In night two's WrestleMania 37 main event, Roman Reigns stacked Edge on top of Daniel Bryan before pinning both men to retain his Universal Championship. Before that, Bryan failed to win the Universal Championship from Reigns at WWE Elimination Chamber and WWE Fastlane.

He also unsuccessfully challenged "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt at WWE Survivor Series 2019 and the 2020 WWE Royal Rumble. Although Bryan has never won the Universal Championship, he is still a five-time WWE world champion. He has held the WWE Championship on four occasions and the World Heavyweight Championship once.