Bryan Danielson Reveals ‘KofiMania’ Was ‘Favorite Part’ Of His WWE Career

Bryan Danielson Reveals ‘KofiMania’ Was ‘Favorite Part’ Of His WWE Career WWE

Bryan Danielson has revealed that “KofiMania” was the “favorite part” of his WWE career.

In 2021, Bryan Danielson left WWE after his contract expired and eventually made the jump to sign with All Elite Wrestling.

In a new interview with The Ringer, Danielson revealed his favorite part of his WWE career was Kofi-Mania and his match against Kofi Kingston at WrestleMania 35. He explained:

“To me, the whole thing was magic. And you look at the live events, like the number of shows that he did for WWE, the amount of TV time that he filled in every time, going out there and always having a positive attitude and all that kind of stuff.”

“What a great human being, you know what I mean? Like I said, it was my favorite match. I think the whole thing was my favorite part of my WWE career.”

Kingston defeated Bryan to win his first WWE Championship and held the title for six months. He defended the gold successfully 10 times on WWE programming.

On the first episode of WWE SmackDown on FOX, Kofi lost the WWE Championship to Brock Lesnar in just seven seconds.

Danielson told The Ringer during the interview that seeing Kingston lose the title in that fashion was the most demoralizing moment of his WWE career. He stated:

“And conversely, the most demoralized I ever was was seeing him lose it to Brock Lesnar the way that he did.”

Bryan Danielson is set to challenge MJF for the AEW World Championship in a 60 minute Iron Man match at this Sunday’s AEW Revolution pay-per-view.

For the full lineup for the event, click here.

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