Daniel Bryan says he knew “very little” of what The Miz was going to say to him on Talking Smack segment

WWE star and Smackdown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan joined Jonathan Coachman on the latest “Off The Top Rope” segment on ESPN this week to discuss the much talked about promo between Bryan and The Miz on last week’s Talking Smack.

Bryan claimed he knew “very little” about what and how much The Miz was going to say to him during the segment that aired live on the WWE Network last week.

“I just knew that Miz was going to come up. We were just going to banter back and forth. But Miz and I have known each other for a long time and we really know how to get like, at each others nerves. Right? So I brought up the idea that he wrestled like a coward and he knows I don’t like the way he wrestles. Right? I just don’t like it. It’s not my thing. And I called him out on that and then he called me out on something that is very personal to me. He talked about when I was dealing with my concussion stuff and I was trying to come back. I would do interviews like this and say yes, I am coming back. For sure I am coming back. And he called me out on that and I didn’t come back.”

Bryan noted that his wife (Brie Bella) keeps him in check on the idea of quitting WWE and wrestling again on the independent scene. He said The Miz was able to hit a nerve and revealed at times he feels like a coward for not quitting and just going for it.

Bryan joked that he wanted to punch Miz in the face and thought he might have been able to get away with it with fans wondering if it was a real punch or a “WWE punch.” He also believes WWE plans to keep them apart since they are aware of how intense it can get.

You can check out the full interview below courtesy of ESPN.