Daniel Bryan takes the number one Contender’s spot-WWE Updates
Daniel Bryan unsuccessfully cashed his ‘Money in the Bank’ contract at Friday Night SmackDown, in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on November 25th. The agile superstar, Daniel Bryan did not match his words, which he said after winning the ‘Money in
the Bank’ match at WWE Pay-per-view of WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs (TLC). Bryan addressed the WWE Universe that he’d be cashing his ‘Money in the Bank’ contract at WrestleMania XXVIII, which he did not, as he availed the opportunity this week, against Mark
Daniel Bryan wins in a Fatal 4-Way World Heavyweight Title’s number 1 Contender’s Match
Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton, Wade Barrett and Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes, faced off each other in a whirlwind Fatal 4-Way Match, to decide the number one contender for the World Heavy Weight Championship match, for upcoming Tuesday.
The match started and in a ring full of WWE’s apex superstars, it was not easy to predict as to who will emerge as the winner. All the contenders were superb in contest, as each of them countered and attacked with ferocity and agility.
Randy Orton looked dominant, when he tried to finish the chaos, but it was not enough, as Wade Barrett was quick to pull out Orton from the ring and shatter him with DDT. Cody Rhodes seized the moment, and laid onto the fallen Bryan for the pinfall count.
Bryan was quick to retaliate, as out of nowhere he locked Rhodes into the LeBell Lock to make the Intercontinental Champion tap out. Bryan won the match and the opportunity to become the number one contender for the World Heavy Weight Championship.
After the match, an insurgent Cody Rhodes attacked Bryan from behind. The attack was soon wiped away by Orton, as he delivered a devastating RKO to flee Rhodes from the vicinity. As a result of his mega-victory, Bryan earned himself a World Heavyweight Title
Steel Cage Match against Mark Henry on a LIVE holiday edition of SmackDown, this Tuesday.
Hunico overpowered Justin Gabriel
Hunico proved his abilities against the former WWE Tag-team Champion, Justin Gabriel, as he countered every move of Gabriel and attained a defying victory. Hunico flipped from the top rope onto battered Gabriel for a pinfall count.