WWE has been finalizing a DVD and Blu-ray set for Daniel Bryan, titled “Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes!” The project is set to be released in the United States on June 2 and in the United Kingdom and Europe on June 15. The main feature of the project is an extension of the WWE Network’s documentary on Bryan, which was titled “Journey to WrestleMania: Daniel Bryan.”

WrestlingDVDNews.com recently published a report, which contains more information on what exactly will be included in the DVD and Blu-ray set. The website reported that WWE has contacted Ring of Honor to license some of its footage for Home Video use. Though, full matches from Bryan’s time in the promotion are not expected to be added. Instead, there will likely be tidbits of Bryan’s work there, similar to what was seen on his WWE Network documentary.

However, the website would go on to report there are plans for the project to include a Daniel Bryan match from 2000. There will reportedly be a dark match of Bryan’s from the year, which once served as a WWE tryout for “The American Dragon.”

The current synopsis for “Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes!” reads as follows:

“Relive Daniel Bryan’s historic Journey to WrestleMania as he prepares for the biggest night of his career.”

“Now with an extended cut, follow the leader of the Yes Movement into New Orleans for the biggest show of the year, WrestleMania 30. Witness the rise of one of the most popular WWE Superstars of all time from his humble beginnings into WWE Champion. Also includes an all-new interview with Daniel Bryan discussing some of the most important matches of his career as well as some exclusive matches in their entirety.”

Editor’s Note

The WWE tryout match from a young Bryan certainly makes for a nice little addition to the upcoming Daniel Bryan DVD.


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