|In WWE Games|
|First Games||WWE '12|
|Games||WWE '12 (debut)|
|Finisher Move:||Yes! Lock|
|Signature Move:||Running Knee|
Daniel Bryan, an American professional wrestler. He was first introduced in WWE '12.
Daniel Bryan is no up-and-comer. Trained by WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels, Bryan competed on the indy wrestling circuit for more than 10 years. Honing his craft on multiple continents, Bryan became well-known for his hybrid of Japanese and American offensive styles that made good use of vicious elbow strikes, precise kicks, spine-jarring suplexes and various torturous submission maneuvers like the “Yes!” Lock, formerly named after martial arts specialist Gene LeBell.
First coming to WWE as part of the inaugural season of WWE NXT, Bryan soon made it clear he was destined for great things. After shaking the drama of The Nexus — which formed out of WWE NXT season one contestants — Bryan refocused his efforts on a solo career, exciting the WWE Universe with his unique in-ring style and bone-snapping artillery.