WWE could be set to change WrestleMania 31 plans for Daniel Bryan

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For a second year in a row, Daniel Bryan could have his WrestleMania plans changed only weeks before the biggest event in the WWE's calendar.

According to reports from Wrestling Inc, Vince McMahon and the rest of the WWE's top brass are looking at scrapping Bryan's match with another fan favourite Dolph Ziggler.

Bryan in the Main Event?

The reason for this seems to be the increasing possibility that the WWE don't trust Roman Reigns to be a main eventer at WrestleMania 31 and could have Bryan replace the former Shield star with Bryan to take on Brock Lesnar.

Reigns has only just entered main event picture after coming back from injury and winning the Royal Rumble. He won the Rumble to a chorus of boos however after Bryan was eliminated earlier and it became so obvious Reigns was going to win it.

If Reigns doesn't start to get over with WWE fans then Vince McMahon could just decide to throw Bryan in there against the champion Lesnar or have the three of them fight it out for the titles.

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WWE legend Bret Hart has revealed the proudest moment of his career was when he knocked out Vince McMahon. Hart said he thinks he was right do so after the Montreal Screwjob where McMahon betrayed him.

And finally, an NXT superstar had made history. Buddy Murphy became the first ever Australian wrestler to hold a WWE title when he won the NXT tag team belts with Wesley Blake.

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