Daniel Bryan Turns on the Wyatt Family

For today, we’re going to go to one of the masters – Daniel Bryan. It happened on the January 13th, 2014 episode of Monday Night Raw. Two weeks before on December 30th, Bryan joined The Wyatt Family. The crowd was not happy about it. Not one bit. Bryan was absolutely red-hot at the time and the fans could not believe that their hero would join the evil Bray Wyatt.

Luckily for them, they had their faith rewarded. I wasn’t messing around when I called him a master, by the way. The slow, building "YES!" chant is absolutely incredible and one of the most memorable moments over the past ten years.

daniel bryan turns on bray wyatt
YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! [Photo courtesy of WWE.com]

Welcome to the second issue of "Huge Crowd Reactions In Wrestling," where we at Pro Wrestling Stories choose a huge pop to shed a little spotlight on. A huge pop, by the way, is wrestling lingo for any time that a crowd explodes into cheers (or boos).

 

What about you guys? Did that crowd reaction get the goosebumps going?

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