Daniel Bryan Gets Chopped To Hell, Sets Royal Rumble Record

The Greatest Royal Rumble sure was something. Titus O’Neil had the greatest trip in WWE history, the writers almost caused an international incident, and Daniel Bryan set a Royal Rumble record despite being attacked by a bear.

Unfortunately, Daniel Bryan didn’t wrestle a bear, which is something I would pay to see. Those disgusting red welts on his chest came courtesy of a chop battle with Roderick Strong – a struggle that Bryan most definitely lost.


However, despite losing that battle – and, ultimately, the match – Bryan managed to set a record for longest time in a Royal Rumble match. After entering at unlucky No. 1, Bryan remained in the match for a whopping 1 hour and 16 minutes, beating the record of 1 hour and 2 minutes set by Rey Mysterio in 2006.


After the match, Bryan explained to WWE.com that, despite being in the ring for more than an hour, he didn’t lose because he was tired – he lost because he couldn’t get Braun Strowman out of the ring. He also touched on his history with Strong, who he hasn’t wrestled since 2009, and explained that their chop battle fired him up even more.

As for Strong, apparently, he’s looking forward to destroying Bryan’s chest again shortly.

That’s a match that I, and undoubtedly numerous other fans, would love to see come to fruition. But maybe they should lay off the chops next time – I don’t know if Bryan would be able to take it.

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