Daniel Bryan and Jey Uso set for high-stakes Steel Cage showdown on SmackDown

Daniel Bryan and Jey Uso set for high-stakes Steel Cage showdown on SmackDown
Daniel Bryan and Jey Uso set for high-stakes Steel Cage showdown on SmackDown


Daniel Bryan was left as a sacrificial lamb for the Universal Champion at WWE Elimination Chamber, but the leader of the “Yes!” movement is ready to bite back. After being announced on WWE Talking Smack, Bryan will battle Jey Uso in a Steel Cage Match next week on SmackDown.

Bryan has long been the target of Roman Reigns & Uso’s blue brand hostile takeover. After surviving the brutality of the Elimination Chamber, Bryan was forced to immediately face The Head of the Table and was left sprawled out after a Guillotine hold. Earlier last year, Uso infamously built respect with his cousin in a heinous beat down of Bryan following a Survivor Series Qualifying Match.

In the Feb. 26 edition of SmackDown, Bryan again went to battle against Uso in order to attempt to secure a Universal Championship Match against Reigns at WWE Fastlane. When the intense battle ended in a double count-out that would leave him without a Fastlane opportunity, Bryan locked Uso in a post-match “Yes!” lock. As he did, Reigns attacked. Although Bryan turned the tables and put The Head of the Table in the “Yes!” Lock, a kick from Uso paved the way for The Big Dog to hit his adversary with a Spear and the Guillotine. 

The following morning on Talking Smack, Special Council Paul Heyman revealed to Bryan that he had been authorized to offer him a rematch with Uso on the following week’s SmackDown. If Bryan won, he would get his Universal Title Match at WWE Fastlane. If he lost, however, he had to acknowledge Reigns as The Head of the Table and the best competitor ever. Bryan accepted the offer with the condition that the rematch be in a Steel Cage to assure a clear winner.

Bryan has bested Uso in their last two encounters, but who will be left standing when the two Superstars meet inside the Steel Cage?

Don’t miss the showdown on Friday Night SmackDown at 8/7 C on FOX.



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