After months of screaming and protesting, the WWE Universe's wishes have finally come true. According to a March 10 report by WrestleZone.com, Daniel Bryan will wrestle HHH at WrestleMania 30 on April 6 for a chance to participate in the WWE world title match between Randy Orton and Batista.
During Monday's episode of RAW, Bryan filled the ring with his followers and declared that they were going to occupy RAW. Daniel then stated that they weren't going to leave the ring until HHH accepted his challenge for a match at WM 30. After about 15 minutes, one failed match, and many threats, HHH finally gave in and accepted Bryan's challenge. However, that wasn't all that Daniel demanded. Bryan also stated that if he beats HHH then he gets to be the third member of the WWE world heavyweight title match at WrestleMania 30.
This storyline has been rumored for a few weeks now. The WWE had to go back to the drawing board to reshuffle the planned WM 30 card. These changes were due to the WWE Universe's protesting of WWE's unwillingness to put the title on Bryan or even allow him in the title match. This displeasure grew to unbelievable levels when the WWE fans turned Batista into a heel by constantly booing him since he won the Royal Rumble match in January and not Bryan. WWE had plans of Batista being a conquering hero but the fans had other ideas.
This story will continue to unfold over the next 3 weeks. However, for now, the millions of Bryan fans who are a part of the "Yes Movement," are loudly cheering this breaking news.