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WWE's 10 Most Feel Good Moments
By BENJAMIN FALBO
In 2013, Daniel Bryan quickly became a beloved favorite, but Triple H and Stephanie McMahon attempted to shut him down as WWE positioned him nowhere near the WrestleMania XXX main event. Fans didn't like this and began supporting Bryan more ferociously than ever, and he ended up toppling Randy Orton and Batista to win the Heavyweight title.
Wrestlemania XXX
Stuck in mid-card purgatory after some career speedbumps, Kofi Kingston was sent hurtling back to stardom after joining The New Day with Xavier Woods and Big E. Kingston repeatedly proved himself worthy of the WWE title, which he won by defeating Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania 35 with his children and teammates by his side.
Kofi-Mania
Despite his best efforts, the "NXT" championship title constantly eluded Sami Zayn until 2014, when the title found itself around the waist of Zayn's good friend Adrian Neville. Zayn's fight for the title ended at "NXT" TakeOver: R-Evolution when he delivered a Helluva Kick to Neville and finally won the title.
Sami Zayn
After Roman Reigns broke kayfabe to let the fans know he had been dealing with leukemia for 11 years, he remained AWOL from television until February 2019, when he arrived back on "Raw" to announce that he was in remission. Later that same night, Reigns ran out to help Dean Ambrose, and the crowd could not have been happier.
Roman's Remission
When Edge hung up his boots in 2011 due to injury, fans were heartbroken, but some fans were hopeful that he would return. As soon as the clock hit zero for the 21st entrant during the 2020 Royal Rumble, "You think you know me?" echoed through the stadium, and after nine years, Edge returned to wrestling.
Edge Returns