Daniel Byran has been making some interesting movements and has been tweeting out some intriguing things this past SummerSlam weekend that could indicate what direction his WWE future is going in.
At NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III on Saturday night, the SmackDown Live general manager appeared in a booth alongside Monday Night RAW's general manager Kurt Angle with several NXT superstars, teasing the possibility that they could be there recruiting talent.
The two of them are rumored to have a big hand in the Superstar Shake-Up for their respective brands. The Superstar Shake-Up is speculated to take place at some point in the next couple of weeks and could see several superstars switching between RAW and SmackDown, as well as call-ups from NXT.
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The following night at SummerSlam, the two general managers were once again involved in a segment where they had a back and forth arguing which of the two brands would end up stealing the show.
According to Wrestling Inc, Bryan re-tweeted a video of the segment involving Angle from SummerSlam and wrote, "#BryanvsAngle" but this tweet has since been deleted which is a bit strange and could be a sign of whats to come.
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The fact Bryan tweeted out #BryanvsAngle, and then deleted it, it could be an indication that at some point in the future, the two could be having a major feud in the WWE, whether it be inside the ring or outside of it.
This should add some interest to the Superstar Shake-Up, as the battles between the two general managers over creating the best roster for their brand could lead to an eventual confrontation between the two inside the ring if WWE chooses to go in that direction.
Some of the names Bryan and Angle could be going after from NXT include those involved in the segment with them this past Saturday. These are Roderick Strong, No Way Jose, and Billie Kay & Peyton Royce, but other names that have been linked with call-ups include Hideo Itami, The Authors of Pain, and Bobby Roode.
The Glorious One is expected to be the one NXT superstar which both Bryan and Angle want the most, and whichever roster he lands on, he is expected to be one of the top five guys, according to Cageside Seats.
Either way, it looks like Bryan and Angle could be making more confrontations with one another in the next couple of weeks with the rumored Superstar Shake-Up on the horizon, and their segment at SummerSlam was just a little taste of what's to come.
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