WWE: Daniel Bryan sings Everton's 'Money Can't Buy You Stones' song

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WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan has been filmed singing Everton's new song 'Money Can't Buy You Stones'.

The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, who is currently sidelined with a neck injury, was filmed alongside Virgin Radio Dubai presenter Ross Burrill, who was holding an Everton 1984 FA Cup final shirt, singing the Toffee's new song.

The song is a twist on the famous tune by The Beatles called 'Money Can't Buy You Love', and was made up by Everton fans after the club refused to sell their star defender to Chelsea.


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Bryan now joins a list of WWE personnel that have shown their support for the blue part of Merseyside. WWE trainer Robbie Brookside and current Superstar Fandango have both shown their support for Everton in the past.

As for Bryan's return to a WWE ring, many fans will be hoping he returns before the end of the year, but there have been talks it will be even longer than this.

Recent news revealed Bryan has been advertised for a Live Event later this year in the United Kingdom. He has been advertised to appear at a WWE Live Event in Leeds on November 7.

This is a strange place for the WWE to have a return, as usually they try and capitalise on returns by airing them on either Raw or SmackDown to boost viewership. They could be using the Live Event as a test run for Bryan, to see if he is okay in the ring.

Bryan hasn't been in the ring for months because of his neck problems. He had to vacant the Intercontinental Championship which he won at WrestleMania 31 to have neck surgery and the WWE still hasn't cleared him for a return.

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