#5.) Daniel Bryan
This has less to do with his arsenal and more to do with the fact that he had once trained under Shawn Michaels. WWE acknowledged the fact that Daniel Bryan had joined Shawn Michaels’ training school in the early 2000s and there were comparisons drawn between the two.
However, the reality is that Michaels wasn’t around as much in his school and secondly, he admitted himself to not being a very great teacher. Sometimes it’s hard to pass on what you’ve naturally picked up. Bryan himself admitted to having learned a lot more from William Regal and that’s probably why he has cited him as an inspiration more than Michaels.
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