Daniel Bryan is headlining his fourth consecutive pay-per-view at WWE “Hell in a Cell” and spoke to PWInsider on Oct. 27 about the event and his current push in the WWE. Here is what Bryan had to say about his career at this time.
He said that he is really excited about the WWE “Hell in a Cell” event because it will be his first match inside the Hell in a Cell chamber. He said he has stood in it before and thought it was massive, so he is excited about getting the chance to wrestle in it.
He also mentioned how, surprisingly, it is easier for him to wrestle on WWE pay-per-views than it was on the indies and in Ring of Honor. He remembered a four hour ROH show he was on where he headlined with Roderick Strong that made him nervous because they had a lot to match up to on the show. He said in the WWE, it is easier because everyone is so good there, it is not just up to him to steal the show.
He did say that he is still nervous and mentioned how Shawn Michaels told him that, the minute it is no longer nerve wracking to wrestle, it is time to quit.
He was asked about his angle, and having the title taken from him on numerous occasions and was asked what he wanted to tell fans who were angry he has not been given a chance to run with it. He said he didn’t mind that people were angry and encouraged people to voice their opinions, because that is the only way to encourage change.
Finally, he also talked about his old theme song, “The Final Countdown,” and said that he would love to use it again in the future, but there are a lot of problems with using it in the WWE.