Daniel Bryan Quotes.
My passion is the wrestling.
Yeah. Some people just don’t understand when their facial hair starts to look ridiculous.
I’ve always respected and appreciated Punk, but we never really hung out. We came from the same route, but we didn’t necessarily hang out in the same circles. I’ve always had a great appreciation and respect for his hard work.
WWE was an opportunity to wrestle in front of thousands – in 2013, I did 227 matches, and almost all of them were in front of more than three or four thousand people, with a high of 70,000 plus. It was an incredible experience to be part of that.
I would define the new aspects of fatherhood like this: It is 75 percent amazing and 25 percent demoralizing. I think any new parent can understand exactly what I’m talking about.
To me, the funnest part of wrestling is evolving. If you stay the same all the time, you’re eventually going to be left behind.
I’m pretty much friendly and compassionate to everybody. But not to people in the ring.
Yokozuna’s Bonzai Drop literally scared me as a kid. It frightened me.
I went from being a guy who was sparingly being used on television to being the World Heavyweight Champion and the focus of a lot of the storylines on Smackdown.
I don’t want to live my life to entertain other people. I have other things that I’d like to do.
People say a lot of things, like “You can’t teach personality” or “You can’t teach charisma,” and I find that it’s not true.
Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao was one of the worst boxing matches I’ve ever seen, but millions of people watched it because of the personalities involved.
I’m not somebody who is genetically gifted when it comes to facial hair.
I think fans always want something new, but they want somebody who can deliver – to go out there and really entertain them and have good matches.
I think one of the things that really endeared me to people was that people got to view more aspects of my personality than most because of the different things that I did within WWE.
I love wrestling, but to wrestle just one style for the rest of my life seems like it would really hold me down creatively.
One of the wonderful things about wrestling, to me, is that you can protect people who have had head injuries.
I’m having a really hard time with this retirement thing and not having wrestling.
I’m into environmental and ecological issues, so maybe that is an avenue to go down.
Being a bad guy is fun for me.
What we do is entertainment. We entertain people. Sometimes we inspire people, but sometimes we are just a way to fill their time.
I love wrestling, and I love the entertainment aspect of wrestling, but the rest of my life, I just want to be able to live and enjoy my life. I don’t want to be living it essentially for other people’s entertainment.
You’ve got two options: Tap or SNAP !!!
I have no problem with people eating meat. I would just like it, for the people who do eat meat, for the animals to be treated better. To be treated humanely. Cows in pastures living the life that they’re supposed to live. I have no problem with that.
William Regal has been the most influential person in my entire career.