Daniel Bryan and Dolph Ziggler's moments will live forever

Daniel Bryan got the biggest moment of his life when he held the belts at WrestleMania 30. He not only pinned Triple H clean in the opening match, he overcame Randy Orton and Batista in the main event later on. Bryan thwarted interference from The Authority and took a nasty table spot from Orton and Batista, but came back to put Batista into the Yes Lock for the clean submission and celebrated with family members in the ring.

Dolph Ziggler found himself in a 1-on-3 situation at Survivor Series. He went on to pin Kane and Luke Harper, getting into an epic battle with Seth Rollins. Ziggler put Rollins away and fought off multiple screwjob attempts. He was at his wits' end when Sting came out to make things right, acting as the guardian of justice he always was.

There is a common thread in those two stories -- both guys had the crowning moments of their careers, and WWE Creative didn't do much with those moments. Bryan went straight into a nothing feud with Kane before getting injured, while Ziggler seems to be back in midcard purgatory.

Those are unfortunate outcomes, but my main point is they got their big career moments, and nothing will take that away from them. Bryan didn't stop holding the belts because his follow-up angle was lackluster. Ziggler didn't stop beating three guys at once because they didn't have a plan for him and Sting helped get him the win.

These are real people who worked their asses off to get their time in the spotlight, and they deserved it in the end. We can complain about the booking later on, but for just one moment, I'd like to commemorate the time WWE gets it right. They got it right with Bryan at WM, and they got it right with Ziggler at SS. Nobody can take those moments away, and nobody can take away those fond memories we'll surely have from this.

Use the comments to celebrate the times when booking gets it right, and let's try not to complain when they get the future booking wrong.

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