One of the biggest reasons why WWE is so awesome is because of the effect the fans can have in shaping the future of the wrestling company and the fortunes of certain wrestlers.
Daniel Bryan epitomises everything that is great about that fact of the WWE. His character and his status in the WWE has been truly enhanced by the WWE Universe, and the wrestling company's reluctance to push his character at Royal Rumble recently was naturally greeted by a hugely negative reaction.
However, it seems that although Daniel Bryan fans were certainly sold short at Royal Rumble, the WWE may be trying to make up for that by offering him an epic match at WrestleMania 31 in March.
Bryan vs Ziggler on the cards
"The WWE Universe has already used their influence to reshape one WrestleMania, and the 2010 Champion vs. Champion bout between Bryan and Ziggler is widely accepted as a modern classic," WWE reported on their website today.
Daniel Bryan responded to Dolph Ziggler's challenge of a WrestleMania 31 match this week, even taking to social media platform Twitter to tell the WWE what he wants. In the end though it's down to the WWE, with WWE.com speculating that a "groundswell" of support for the match could see it become a reality.
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"A groundswell of fan support could make the rematch a reality, especially since Ziggler has yet to truly have his moment in the sun to steal The Show of Shows (his last four ‘Mania bouts have been a Mixed Tag, a 12-Man Tag, a WWE Tag Team Title Match and a spot in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal), a fact that probably doesn’t sit well with the passionate fan base that chants “Let’s go Ziggler” during every one of his matches," the website added.
"Seeing these two do what they do best would make every superstar following their match, including Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar, work even harder."