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Help Daniel Bryan Name His Finishing Move, Price Points Discussed for the WWE Network
By Marc Middleton
Nov 21, 2013 - 8:39:23 AM

- On Twitter last night, Daniel Bryan plugged a Bleacher Report interview he did about a month ago discussing what happened at Hell In a Cell, his relationship with Brie Bella, WWE 2K14 and more. In his tweet, Bryan mentioned fans helping him name his flying knee finisher. The options in the article are:

* The Yes Strike
* The Bearded Wizard
* Little-Big-Man Knee
* The Aberdeen Face Buster
* The Washington Wizard

Here's the interview:



- Monthly price points for the WWE Network that have been discussed are $9.95, $12.95 or $14.95. Regarding WWE giving away WrestleMania XXX for free this year to help with Network sign-ups, they likely would not be giving away WrestleMania every year.

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Partial source: F4Wonline.com

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