Well, the WWE may have thought that after the Royal Rumble things couldn't get much worse. Well, they were very, very wrong. CM Punk is the best performer the WWE have had over the past 5 years whether it is in the ring or on the mic. His prowess as a face or a heel is legendary and he has managed to put together several matches of amazing quality against the likes of Brock Lesnar, John Cena, Chris Jericho and the Undertaker. The WWE would have been expecting a big performance from the Best in the World in New Orleans in April for the 30th anniversary of Wrestlemania. However, due to a number of factors, CM Punk has walked out on the WWE, leaving Vince and co. with a massive hole in their roster as well as in their angles for the near future. But how does this affect the other WWE indy darling, the guy that the crowd in Pittsburgh were begging the WWE to actually feature instead of Cena and Orton for the 55th time. How does CM Punk quitting affect the bearded one in Daniel Bryan? In this article I will look at six possibilities of how the massive news story of today could affect Bryan and his career going forward in the company.