Daniel Bryan is getting another shot at "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt.
Bryan became the number one contender to Wyatt's Universal Championship by defeating The Miz and Baron Corbin in a triple threat number one contender's match on last night's SmackDown. Bryan will get his title shot at the Royal Rumble on January 26.
The number one contender's match came down to Bryan vs. Miz after Roman Reigns attacked Corbin and they brawled to the back. Corbin appeared to have the match won due to interference by Dolph Ziggler prior to that.
Reigns also attacked Corbin in the opening segment, and the storyline was that Corbin refused to compete until he thought Reigns was gone from the building.
More coverage from last night --
- Bray Wyatt vs. Daniel Bryan confirmed for WWE Royal Rumble
- Roman Reigns vs. Dolph Ziggler set for FOX's New Year's Eve special
- WWE SmackDown live results: Number one contender's match
WWE SmackDown video highlights --
Roman Reigns attacks King Corbin
Braun Strowman & The New Day vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Cesaro & Sami Zayn
Braun Strowman dances with The New Day after their win
Dolph Ziggler destroys Otis' gift to Mandy Rose
Carmella vs. Mandy Rose
Sheamus is ready to break down the door on a whole new SmackDown
King Corbin's security interrupts Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz, Corbin agrees to compete
Lacey Evans appears on A Moment of Bliss
Lacey Evans & Dana Brooke vs. Sasha Banks & Bayley
Mustafa Ali's chase for championship gold will continue in 2020
Bryan vs. Miz vs. Corbin (winner gets a Universal title shot at the Royal Rumble)
SmackDown fallout: Kingston says the world had to see Strowman's secret talent
SmackDown fallout: Cathy Kelley interviews actor Paul Walter Hauser