Source: The Miami Herald

Daniel Bryan recently spoke with The Miami Herald to promote WWE's Hell In a Cell pay-per-view. Here are a few highlights:

Does "Total Divas" mean something to women's wrestling? "I hope it does. As of now, I don't know where it's at because the audiences are so different, but I would like to think it's going to bring more female fans to WWE to watch the divas because the divas are really good at what they do. So I'm hoping that cross-section starts coming over. That would be great."

What's more nerve-wracking - getting ready to hit the ring at WrestleMania or proposing to Brie Bella? "Oh, I was way more nervous to pop the question, way more nervous to pop the question. You would think it would be the opposite, in front of 70,000 people, going out there in your spandex, but absolutely not. Popping the question was way more nerve-wracking."

What does Hell In a Cell mean to him? "Hell in a Cell is one of the most brutal matches that you can do in WWE. I've never been in one. So I'm going to go out there and do it once and probably only once [Bryan chuckles]. I don't think most of the guys who've been in Hell in a Cell matches ever really want to go do it again. A lot of times the top guys end up doing multiple Hell in a Cell matches, but they're [rough]. Every WWE superstar does want to do it once just to experience it."

Bryan also discussed being a main eventer, losing to Sheamus in seconds at WrestleMania 28, when the "Yes!" chants took off and more. You can read the full interview at this link.

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