Daniel Bryan and Koala Bears have a lot in common

You can have your 'Total Divas'...as long as WWE releases videos of Daniel Bryan visiting animal sanctuaries, I'll be a happy mark.

During the WWE's recent tour of Australia, the #1 contender for John Cena's WWE Championship took time out to visit the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the world's oldest and largest Koala sanctuary. And while he was there, he may have just cut my new favorite promo of all time.

Bryan's study of bears is well-documented, but these revelations about the ferociousness of koalas is new research. I also plan to dive back into the archives to look for examples of where he applies the deceiving ways of the kangaroo to his ring work, and will mark out when he delivers a drop kick to Cena's face at SummerSlam.

Maybe when he's done with Strange Beardfellows, he can begin a web series where he explains which of his techniques are derived from nature and talks to the animals that inspired him?

Check out more photos of Bryan's visit to the sanctuary in Brisbane, alongside his Total Divas co-star Natalya, on WWE.com here.

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