Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn Prediction

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At WrestleMania, Daniel Bryan will return to in-ring action for the first time since retiring from competition in 2016 when he joins forces with Shane McMahon against Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn.

To say that McMahon and Owens haven’t seen eye-to-eye since KO came to SmackDown LIVE would be an incredible understatement. The bad blood reached new levels of intensity several months ago when Zayn appeared from out of nowhere to help Owens win a barbaric Hell in a Cell Match against Shane-O-Mac, thus renewing his friendship with his former bitter rival. Owens and Zayn subsequently formed The “Yep!” Movement, spitefully rebelling against Shane, defying the Commissioner at every turn and even causing a rift between Shane and General Manager Daniel Bryan.

Prior to taking an indefinite leave of absence as Commissioner, Shane-O-Mac created a WrestleMania match between the best friends, only to be ruthlessly brutalized by KO and Zayn.

Things took a drastic turn the following week for several reasons. First came the incredible news that Bryan, who was forced to retire from squared-circle competition in February 2016, had once again been cleared to battle inside a WWE ring. Then, on SmackDown LIVE, Bryan admitted that he was wrong to side with Owens & Zayn against Shane and proceeded to somewhat remorsefully fire the pair outright due to their attack on the departing head of Team Blue. In response, Owens & Zayn unleashed a harrowing assault on Bryan that culminated in an Apron Powerbomb!

The next week, Bryan set out to get retribution for himself and for Shane by offering his fired foes an “opportunity” to get back to work. The “Yes!” Man challenged Owens & Zayn to a tag team match against him and Shane, and the duo agreed to face them at WrestleMania.

Prediction: Shane McMahon & Daniel Bryan

So the rumour we posted on has come true, what once was a one on one match between the “Yep” movement now becomes a tag team bout

MajorMadMike

Been a fan of the WWE since 2000, watched a few from the early years online, wasn’t a fan of where the “Powers that be” were taking the company but it has gotten better with the brand split, I thought that it was a format that worked