If we're to believe an earlier report on the WrestleMania 30 match card order, Daniel Bryan, assuming he defeats Triple H, will have his second match of the evening, a WWE world heavyweight title tilt against Randy Orton and Batista, occur immediately after.
So, essentially, Bryan will have to be Iron Man and spend the final hour of the broadcast creating what should be a legendary moment cementing his place in history.
He wouldn't want it any other way (from his interview with BetweenTheRopes.com):
"I'd want them back to back. That's the way I like to do things. If I'm gonna do it, I'm gonna go full bore and I'm gonna go all out and I'm gonna do it once. That's what I would like. Whether or not it will actually happen, I don't know."
There have been some great ideas thrown out that would see Bryan vs. Triple H go on early, have a finish or angle that would cast doubt on Bryan making the main event, then ultimately come through later in a surprise to keep the crowd hot. That certainly sounds like a grand idea, but if there's any crowd that can maintain a fever pitch for an entire hour, it's the fans who travel from around the world to witness WrestleMania live and in person.
This is there time to chant and cheer for their guy, Daniel Bryan. And this is his time to shine.
We're almost there, folks.