With Wrestlemania 30 plans changing on a daily basis backstage in WWE, it looks like the company is narrowing down the choices of opponents for Daniel Bryan at the pay per view. Triple H is the heavy favorite, but Kane has sprung up as a potential candidate as well.
Long known backstage as someone with a short fuse, Randy Orton was said to be irate with the fans at Royal Rumble 2014 because he feels that they interrupted his performance against John Cena by openly rooting for Daniel Bryan. Orton does have a history of being upset with audiences.
While the crowd reaction at Royal Rumble 2014 was noticed by management backstage, WWE does not appear to be changing their plans for Daniel Bryan. He is still penciled in for a match against Sheamus at Wrestlemania 30, and the program is expected to be started at Elimination Chamber 2014.
Even though he has not been officially announced as an entrant at Royal Rumble 2014 tonight, Daniel Bryan is still considered the favorite to win the event by betting websites. Some backstage feel that WWE will throw Bryan into the match to capitalize on his momentum.
WWE is still juggling things around backstage, in an attempt to put together a solid card for Wrestlemania 30. Daniel Bryan is one of the most pivotal pieces of the puzzle, and several different scenarios have been discussed for him. The latest is to have him work a rematch against Sheamus.
Despite still recovering from a concussion, Daniel Bryan is backstage at Monday Night Raw right now, and all signs are pointing to the former WWE champion making an appearance on television tonight. The company is still trying to decide if he will be able to work the Royal Rumble pay per view.