Last night on Friday Night SmackDown, Daniel Bryan defeated King Corbin and The Miz in a triple threat match. As a result, Bryan earned the right to challenge The Fiend for the Universal Championship at the Royal Rumble.
Despite the Royal Rumble pay-per-view being set for just over four weeks time, fans in attendance for SmackDown last night got to see Bryan challenge Wyatt after the show went off the air.
According to Twitter user @nfoster1916, The Fiend defended his new-look Universal Championship against Daniel Bryan after SmackDown went off the air last night.
Unsurprisingly, The Fiend picked up the win over the former WWE Champion after a Sister Abigal and Mandible Claw.
— “PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING FAN4LIFE!!” NOAHAUSEN 👓 (@nfoster1916) December 28, 2019
Bryan and The Fiend went one-on-one for the first time at Survivor Series last month. The duo were also slated to go head-to-head earlier this month at TLC.
However, The Firefly Fun House version of Bray Wyatt actually took on The Miz at TLC, with Daniel Bryan reportedly campaigning for his feud with The Fiend to continue into 2020.
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