SmackDown Live General Manager snd former WWE superstar Daniel Bryan who retired due to life threatening injury.
Bryan did not retire at the time he should, he was forced to retired. But Daniel has got a plan and he would not disclose it to any WWE official.
Already Bryan has been cleared by multiple doctors yet he is wrestling as WWE-approved doctor Joseph Maroon hasn’t given him the green light.
The Trentonian interviewed Daniel Bryan at Thursday night’s New Jersey Devils game and there is one quote that will get a ton of attention.
Daniel is still very young and hearty, he is in his 30s. So, knowing that he still has life to live, he plans going back to his profession. Bryan said that he would be leaving the WWE and be signing in the New Japan Pro-Wrestling. He claims that this idea will pay him much good. He said that the signing in will give him chance to work with Ring of Honor and Mexican partner CMLL.
It is so obvious that the New Japan Pro Wrestling has great interest for the signing in of Bryan, so they just can’t wait for his contract with the WWE to expire. There was a report by the NJPW associate that Bryan will in no wise return to the ring soon.
According to dailywrestlingnews.com, the NJPW is eager to have Daniel Bryan for their company but they were so confused when Bran changed his mind.
The WWE on their own side has ordered the wife Bryan, Brie Bella not to use the terms retire each time she talks as it will bring the company’s name to disrepute if it is noted that all her members are retiring due to injury.
Now the question is, will Daniel Bryan ever negotiate a signing contract with the New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW)? The answer is simple, just stay online always and you will get the updates.
In regards to a WWE in-ring return, he said, “I’m trying to get cleared as we speak. All my tests have come back fantastic, better than people who have never had any concussion-type stuff. But it’s a weird thing. We’re in a weird situation politically with the climate around concussions; right now, it’s very difficult. WWE would love to have me back, but is that the smart thing for me as a business to bring me back? If I was to come back, and they let me back, would they get a lot of flak for it? They have a ton of stockholders that they’re responsible for. It’s more than just, ‘Is he healthy to do it?’”
Bryan continued, “There’s more than that to the whole situation. All the concussion doctors think that I’m healthy enough to do it, and that I should be able to do it — well, I don’t want to say all of them, I’m sure there’s somebody out there who doesn’t think that — but there’s a lot more than goes into it than just that. That’s the unfortunate situation with giant corporations and big business in the United States.”