According to DirtySheets.Net, the door for Daniel Bryan to accept a wrestling role at WrestleMania 34 is still open.
As the Dirty Sheets exclusively reported (not other sites), the plan is for Shane McMahon to face Dolph Ziggler at WrestleMania 34. However, Shane McMahon teaming up with Daniel Bryan to take on the team of Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn (with Bryan standing on the apron for 95% of the match) was the original plan.
However, Bryan refused to stand for that long on the apron and do very little physically.
Dirty Sheets noted that the plans for these SmackDown Live stars will be finalized today and there’s still time for Bryan to accept a wrestling role in a tag team match (as the Shane-Ziggler program hasn’t begun yet and they can still move forward with a tag team match with Owens/Zayn after Shane prevented them from winning the WWE Title at FastLane 2018).
With that being said, Shane O’Mac will make a WrestleMania 34 announcement on tonight’s episode of SmackDown Live. Below is what WWE posted about this:
“SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon shocked the WWE Universe at WWE Fastlane on Sunday when he prevented Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn from capturing the WWE Championship. Though these actions came after Owens inadvertently superkicked the SmackDown LIVE Commissioner, McMahon doubled down on his actions during Talking Smack, showing no remorse for costing two of Team Blue’s Superstars the chance to win its top title.
Owens took to social media shortly after WWE Fastlane to air his grievances:
It seems as though there will be no slowing down for SmackDown LIVE’s Commissioner. McMahon will be making a WrestleMania announcement on SmackDown LIVE tonight. Will it have anything to do with the “Yep!” Movement, or has Shane-O-Mac come up with a complete surprise for the WWE Universe?”
I should be @WWE Champion right now.— Kevin Owens (@FightOwensFight) March 12, 2018