WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan has had one hell of a career, going from Indie regular travelling around town halls to the most famous wrestler in the World.
Bryan was fired by Vince McMahon one day after making his debut, before coming back and founding the 'Yes Movement', riding it to becoming the WWE World Heavyweight Champion as the most-loved star in the company.
As we noted last week, Bryan has an autobiography out and one of the most surprising stories in it was how he once nearly threw hands with Triple H after an argument. Well, Bryan has now come out and revealed all.
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Bryan appeared on on Opie Radio yesterday and elaborated on the huge backstage argument with he had with the Hunter that nearly came to blows.
"I had gotten a stinger in a match and lost feelings in both of my arms. I have a mentality of never stopping a match. Whether it's really good or really bad, that's my mentality," Bryan started off by saying.
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We found the match in question and it was a No Disqualification Match against Randy Orton back in June of 2013. This was after the ending of Team Hell No with Kane where he was on the start of his run to the Main Event.
A setback at that stage could have been fatal for the push and his career, so there is no wonder why Brian cared so much.
Bryan said that despite him repeatedly telling the ringside doctor that he was going to be okay, Triple H was sending word to stop the match, which infuriated Bryan.
"I had never had a stinger before. Triple H tells the medical doctor at ringside to stop the match. I sprinted into the ring and tried to keep the match going with Randy Orton, because this was going to be the biggest win of my career to that point," Bryan explained.
"I did a top rope dropkick, and I couldn't get up, I couldn't move my arms. Randy, he's on the ground going 'Dan, Dan, what the F are you doing?'"
Shortly after, Triple H had the match stopped.
"When I came back, I was hot. I don't want to say we got nose-to-nose, because he's 6'3. We came pretty close. They're more conscious of protecting us from ourselves," Bryan said.
Bryan would go on to add that both he and his wife, Diva Brie Bella, realized that there was something wrong with him after and so he set on the road to multiple surgeries and his most recent spell on the sidelines.
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