No more yes? It is pretty rare that you see someone reach the heights of Daniel Bryan. Despite being a rather undersized wrestler who is not the most impressive physically, Bryan managed to become one of the most popular wrestlers of his generation. His career has been wrecked by injuries but he has still managed to become one of the most successful stars in a very long time. Like everyone else though, his career has to come to an end at some point and Bryan is teasing that being the case.
During an interview with BT Sports, Bryan mentioned that his WWE contract is expiring “relatively soon” and he is not sure what he is going to do next. Bryan also spoke not being sure about wanting to wrestle on a full time basis. It is not clear when his contract expires and there is no word on what he will be doing next. His most recent match took place at WrestleMania 37 and he had a rather interesting take on the match.
In the same interview, Bryan talked about feeling strange during the match. Bryan referred to the feeling as “very out of body” and even thought it was the feeling that he was about to die. He has yet to watch the match back in an attempt to figure out why he felt the way he did. While Bryan did not mention any physical problems, he said that this might be a sign he is ready to stop wrestling full time. Bryan has not appeared on WWE TV since WrestleMania.
This is a fascinating interview. Check out the full thing, plus Bryan’s WrestleMania main event:
Opinion: This is something that is a little bit difficult to hear but it is not the biggest surprise. Bryan has been wrestling for over twenty years now and has had some major injury issues. There is little left for him to accomplish in WWE and if he wants to hang up his full time boots, there is nothing wrong with that. I’m not sure what Bryan is going to do next, but if it is time for him to slow down a bit, I think he has earned the right to make such a change.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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