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This week’s sign Daniel Bryan really, really wants to wrestle

Team Red wasn’t the only crew having fun on Tuesday night. Sure, the Raw roster got to do it up in full, continuity-light house show style at Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden, but SmackDown delivered a solid show and had an opportunity to show off a little in their post-205 Live dark match.

It was there, in the latest iteration of a six-man tag the blue brand’s been running a lot lately (AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura and Randy Orton vs. Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and Jinder) that special guest referee ran the ropes and helped set-up the finish.

That said referee was Daniel Bryan makes this a little more interesting, although we won’t pretend his doing some physical comedy in the ring is a milestone on a comeback from his retirement due to concussion issues, or a sign WWE is changing their stance on him wrestling again.

DB dosey-doe-ing Sami into a RKO sure is fun, though...

An experience I'll never forget. #smackdownlive #frontrow

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Shout out to whoever decides to inform the folks around him The Viper’s about to strike, in case they’ve never seen a Randy Orton match before.

Sorry, that was troll-y. Point is, non-televised WWE stuff rules.

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