WWE Tells Talent to Step Up During Cena’s Hiatus, How Daniel Bryan Plans to Avoid Fame (Video)

Nick Paglino

WWE Tells Talent to Step Up During Cena's Hiatus

According to PWInsider.com, WWE has reportedly told talent to step up and help the company out as much as possible during John Cena's hiatus due to injury.

Officials told talent that if there was ever a time in WWE to make a name for yourself and become a star, now is that time.

How Daniel Bryan Plans to Avoid Fame

Sam Roberts recently caught up with WWE star Daniel Bryan, and the two spoke on a number of topics, including WWE recruiting mainstream athletes, changing his style to fit different promotions and more. On the subject of avoiding fame once his wrestling career is over, Bryan had the following to say:

"Not only did I never aspire to be famous, I didn't want to be famous. When I started wrestling, I said you know what I'm going to do, I'm going to wrestle in Japan for most of my career and that way I can go over there and if I'm famous over there that's fine, then I can come home and be here. But here's the key. When I'm done with all of this, I shave all this [points to beard] off, I shave all this [points to hair] off, nobody knows who I cam, and I can just go back to being a farmer."

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