Daniel Bryan Blu-Ray Review: 14 Interesting Observations

Should you say 'Yes! Yes! Yes!' or 'No! No! No!' to this Blu-ray set?

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On June 15th (UK) and June 2nd (US), WWE will release their latest 3-disc DVD/2-disc Blu-Ray set: 'Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes!'.

With the advent of the WWE Network, fans in some quarters have questioned the continued relevance of these physical disc releases. Since most of the matches in this set are already available on the Network, one of the main selling points has to be the documentary portion on the first disc.

WWE has treated fans to some incredibly insightful and revealing documentaries on previous releases, with the excellent Paul Heyman and Jerry Lawler ones being recent highlights.

Bryan's is named 'Journey To Wrestlemania' and it follows him in the lead-up to his career-defining night at Wrestlemania 31, in which he finally captured the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Unfortunately, this very same documentary was shown on WWE Network in 2014 and has simply been ported over onto this disc release, with nothing extra added in to push it nearer the customary two hour mark.

This is a bit of a disappointment, especially considering Bryan's career has taken a huge number of twists and turns since that fateful night. It is undoubtedly very well put-together but does seem badly out of date by this point.

Luckily, the set is jam-packed with awesome matches and many fascinating interview segments peppered throughout. These make the set well worth a purchase for any Daniel Bryan fan.

Read on for our list of the 14 most interesting observations found within 'Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes!'...

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