Associated Press
PHOENIX (AP) — Yes! Yes! Yes!
Police say a former WWE champion known as Daniel Bryan chased down a suspect burglar this week after the professional wrestler and his wife drove into their carport.
According to police, the grappler, whose real name is Bryan Danielson, saw a door to his Phoenix house start to open. Authorities say two men then ran out and Danielson gave chase.
Police say the wrestler caught one of the suspected burglars, 22-year-old Cesar Sosa, while a second suspect got away.
Investigators say Sosa and Danielson got into a struggle but the former champ subdued him until police arrived.
Sosa was arrested and faces a burglary charge.
It was not known if Sosa had an attorney.
Danielson, known for his "Yes!" chants, currently is recovering from a previous injury.
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Here Is The Full Statement From Phoenix PD:
On July 24, 2014, at approximately 7:00 p.m., Phoenix Police officers responded to a call of two suspicious males in a neighborhood in the Arcadia Area.  As officers were responding to the area, Bryan Danielson and his wife were pulling into their carport when they saw the door that leads to the house from the carport start to open.  Two suspects ran out of the house and fled on foot.  Mr. Danielson, who was the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion (aka Daniel Bryan), chased the two men. 
 
After some distance, Mr. Danielson was able to catch one of the men, Cesar Sosa.  A struggle ensued and Mr. Danielson was able to subdue Sosa and detain him until the police officers could take him into custody.  The second suspect was not located.  Sosa and his accomplice had broken the rear arcadia door to get into the house to burglarize it.  When the burglary was interrupted, they dropped their loot and ran away.
 
Cesar Sosa was booked into the Maricopa County Jail charged with burglary and he also had a felony warrant for his arrest, charging him with kidnapping and burglary.