Daniel Bryan’s Biggest WWE Wins – Top 5 Highlights [WATCH VIDEO]

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Daniel Bryan

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar Daniel Bryan has officially retired from the sport owing to a career filled with devastating injuries.

The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion has tweeted of his retirement on his account after months of inactivity and medical tests.

Daniel Bryan is a name that will always be remembered as the one whose success altered the landscape of WWE.

WWE was always known to promote big bodied superstars as the face of the company.

With Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Stone Cold and John Cena in the fray, none bet on Bryan to rise to the top of the company, moreover as a face.

However, such was Bryan’s popularity and fan following that he was highlighted into the main event scene. Daniel Bryan’s cheer from the crowd was rarely matched by any of the present superstars and it was a welcome for the audiences spoiled by the attitude era crowd chants.

Despite his monumental popularity amongst the audience, the 34-year-old was plagued with several injuries and that hindered his prolonged stay at the top of the food chain.

With an abrupt end to a glorifying career, let us look at the top 5 biggest wins of Daniel Bryan in the WWE.

5) Daniel Bryan and Kane (Team Hell No) wins the WWE Tag Team Championship in 2012

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4) Daniel Bryan wins the Money in the Bank Ladder Match in 2011

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3) Daniel Bryan cashes in his Money in the Bank briefcase to win the World Heavyweight Championship in 2011

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2) Daniel Bryan defeats Triple H to go into the main event of WrestleMania 30 for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship


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1) Daniel Bryan becomes the WWE World Heavyweight Champion at WrestleMania 30

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