"There have been plenty of professional wrestling memoirs written by a few generations of sports entertainers, but Daniel Bryan's stands among the best. A well-woven combination of (often humorous) road stories, behind-the-scenes insights, and the underdog tale that was one man's journey to the top of the proverbial mountain, Yes! tells Daniel Bryan's story in Daniel Bryan's way. It is a little less bombastic, a little more clean cut, and probably much less exaggerated than some of the 1990s' stories of debauchery. But it is unique in its portrayal of a success story who never had a conquer-the-world mentality but instead rode to that success on waves of hard work and fan support. Yes! may have a bit less flair than one might hope, but it makes up for that by being a technically sound memoir from start to finish, which reflects how many fans feel about Bryan the wrestler."
- WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens has made Sports Illustrated's 5th annual Social 100 list, which features the top 100 must-follow social media accounts of athletes, coaches and others in sports. They wrote the following about Owens:
"Whether sarcastically responding to fan insults or posting family pics, Owens is as much a force on the keyboard as in the ring."
- Eden's new WWE project will be revealed today. She tweeted the following:
GUYS...the @WWE project I've been working on...it starts, TODAY! Keep your ?? peeled for details! ??— Eden (@RealEdenWWE) December 10, 2015