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Which SmackDown Live Star Does Daniel Bryan Think Should Be Pushed More?
SmackDown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan was recently interviewed by FOX Sports to discuss fatherhood, the women’s Money in the Bank controversy, and more.
Here is what he had to say about his thoughts on a certain name who should be pushed more.
“I think that [Luke Harper is] somebody that we can utilize better. When he left the Wyatt Family, I thought the fans were really starting to get behind him – and his match with Randy Orton, gosh, I loved his match with Randy Orton. It was the February pay-per-view… Elimination Chamber. His match with Randy Orton at that pay-per-view was outstanding, and every time you see him, he’s dynamic. The crowd gets behind him, and then you just kind of lose him on TV to where we don’t really see him much.
“I think we’re really losing out on that, but I think that about several people. I think that specifically about Luke Harper, I’m a big Luke Harper proponent. But also of American Alpha, Sami Zayn, even The Colons. I think that we have a lot of good talent on SmackDown that we could utilize a little bit better.”
Brock Lesnar Milestone
Today, 6/23/17, marks 15 years since Brock Lesnar won the 2002 King of the Ring tournament, just three months after his WWE debut.
Lesnar was able to defeat Bubba Ray Dudley, Booker T, and Test before gaining his final victory in the finals over RVD.