WWE: Daniel Bryan forgot to say 'Yes' to CM Punk

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WWE superstar Daniel Bryan is a hugely popular wrestler at the moment with his Yes! Movement taking the entertainment industry by storm, but every now and then he forgets to say 'Yes'.

That's right, the word that represents his thing in the world of wrestling entertainment he actually forgets to say.

Speaking to TMZ, he admitted that during a tag match with the equally popular former WWE star CM Punk, he forgot to say 'Yes' to him.

"I forget sometimes that saying 'Yes' is my thing," he revealed. "I was over in Europe doing a tag match.

"I was teaming up with CM Punk and he was saying 'what do you say Daniel Bryan, do you want to do this tag match?'

"I was like 'yeah, it sounds good'. He said to me 'what are you doing, are you joking with me right now?'

"And I was like, o crap that's my thing. Yes. So, it happens."

Even if Bryan forgets that saying 'Yes' is his thing, the adoring fans that he has in and outside of the stadiums he entertains will not forget.

The latest hair on the back of your neck moment for Bryan came this week on Monday Night Raw when he destroyed Triple H.

After dealing with business, he stood at top of the ropes whilst a full house capacity of fans chanted 'Yes.'

That moment was likely a great one for Bryan, but his most surreal moment is still when fans chanted 'Yes' at a Michigan State basketball game in January.

"I try not to pay attention to people doing it too much because people are always tweeting me and saying 'o people are doing it here.'

"The Michigan State basketball game was just surreal man. Not only the thing they were doing at the half-time, but also when they were doing it to distract the free throwers."

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