Daniel Bryan continues to praise the minds behind All In.
Prior to the Sept. 1 event, Bryan congratulated Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, and Kenny Omega for their accomplishments with All In.
In an interview with Macho T, Bryan expanded on his feelings towards the Bullet Club and the success of All In.
"That's a testament to these guys. And I think it's especially a credit to Cody, The Young Bucks, and Kenny Omega because they've all created wave in different ways," said Bryan. "Cody leaving WWE and saying, 'You know what? I think I'm better than what they're giving me. I'm gonna go out and prove something. The Young Bucks, doing this whole thing on their own. Being creative, starting their own YouTube thing, doing this thing where they're like anti-authority, anti-corporate people who are bucking the trends," Bryan continued. "Kenny Omega, going out and having these matches that some people look at them and say like, 'These are the best pro wrestling matches of all-time.' Whether you believe that or whether you don't, the buzz around it creates this thing where...they're like their own new Four Horsemen.
Bryan went on to say, "They're do different but they compliment each other. They have this buzz about them. The idea that they're doing their own event outside of Ring of Honor and New Japan. They're bringing in people from Impact. It's like, 'Whoa, this is awesome and crazy.' It shows that the world is getting smaller. People that don't have the resources of say WWE can still go and do incredible things. I think it's so empowering and so cool."
The words of Bryan caught the ear of Cody Rhodes.
Following All In, Bully Ray stated that, "deep down, in his heart of hearts" Bryan wished he could have been part of All In.
Bryan recently re-signed with WWE. His previous contract expired on Sept. 1. He will team with wife Brie Bella to face The Miz and Maryse at tonight's Hell in a Cell event.