During last night’s episode of Talking Smack, the discussion between Renee Young and Daniel Bryan shifted at one point from SmackDown to RAW, specifically this Sunday’s WWE Hell In A Cell pay-per-view. Young asked Bryan about his thoughts on Sunday’s pay-per-view, specifically that there would be three Cell matches.
“Do you know what I think they should do, they should make it four hours, maybe five hours with six Hell In A Cell matches!” Bryan said sarcastically. He then took a moment to once again make fun of the name of the WWE Universal Championship, saying that the winners of the six matches should meet in another Cell match to crown the champion of the Galaxy.
Bryan then went on to take a shot at how the Universal Championship changed hands with Triple H taking out Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins to allow Kevin Owens to win the strap.
“[The winner] is champion of the Galaxy… it’s called the Universal Championship, they’re champion of the Universe,” Bryan noted. “You get the championship when Triple H comes out and beats up everyone else and puts you on top of them. That’s how you become the Universal Champion (laughs).”