When WWE Went "All In" On The Yes Movement, Q&As With Big E & Foley, WWE Finds Footing In Hollywood

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When the Yes Movement Broke Out

Daniel Bryan's mind was blown when the crowd at the Michigan State University men's basketball game broke out in his "Yes" chant back in January. This was the point where WWE realized what they had with Bryan was too big to be contained and the storyline where he "joined" The Wyatt Family was quickly modified. Watch Bryan's comments to TMZ Sports at this link.

More WWE News & Notes

- The Tampa Tribune has a new article featuring quotes from WWE Intercontinental Champion Big E where he promotes his inclusion in the 30-man Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at Wrestlemania 30. Click here to read it.

- The Baltimore Sun has a new Q&A online with Mick Foley at this link.

- Variety looks at WWE Studios finding their footing in Hollywood at this link.

  • Padres4life

    why would they want to contain it to begin with?

    • John

      They didn’t believe he could draw, and i still don’t think they do. He is going to be booked terribly as WWE champion.

      • Dave Barton

        Couldn’t be booked worse than Rey’s first WHC run…could it?

        • John

          I really think it is going to be exactly like you fear. I have seen nothing in the build up to WrestleMania that suggests Daniel Bryan is seen as a major star. Seems to me like Triple H has positioned himself as the star in this program.

  • Jay El Bee

    The WWE has been all in on the “Yes movement” for about 2 years now, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to be the new face of the company or even be WWE champion after WM.