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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote #Heel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/May/2018 at 14:47
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Quote Daniel Bryan is now going on the road-full time and will be on all house shows moving forward.
 
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
 
I disagree with this. Even though he can compete again, I think because of past issues he shouldn't be used all the time.
 
I would make it so if the crowd want to see him compete, it should be worthwhile to risk him so the venue should be a certain percent full.
 
Do the European tour with crowds sold out or almost full. But if an arena is taped over with only like 3,000 at a house show they don't deserve him.

If hes cleared then hes cleared

It would be far worse if there was any doubt that they thought they would have to use him sparingly because then he isnt technically 100%

Glad hes on the road again doing what he loves
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote L-shizzel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/May/2018 at 14:59
He wants to wrestle full time then he should be able to he's been cleared so I don't see a problem.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote admin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16/July/2018 at 15:48
Quote According to Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, both Daniel Bryan and Hulk Hogan (as previously noted) have signed contracts with WWE. Hogan was never under any deal with WWE and Bryan's agreement with the company was/is set to expire this fall.

-- After tweeting that, Sapp then clarified that Bryan has reportedly signed a three-month extension on his current contract with WWE but that the company has a two-year offer on the table for him to accept.

-- Meanwhile, a couple of days ago Dave Meltzer reported that Bryan has yet to officially sign any new deal, but was likely to do so in the near future.

If his contract has only been extended for three months, it explains why they didn't want to put a title on him last night.
 
Two years sounds too low too. I can't see him getting another WWE title run unless he was under contract for between 3-5 years.
 
Why a long term contract is taking so long is probably more down to Daniel.
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I can confirm that Hulk Hogan has signed a new contract but Daniel Bryan has not yet. Negotiations are ongoing.
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Daniel Bryan has stated that he will take 6 weeks leave when his second child is born and then at the end of his contract(that is set to expire around the time of this leave) he is only interested in wrestling a very part time schedule as in one match per month, so a Brock Lesnar type deal. The reason for this is Bryan wants to be a full-time Dad. 

I think Bryan is making a smart decision, he must be financially set, he's wrestled consistently at the top level in WWE, he really has nothing left to achieve in the business and his family should be his number one priority. 

The question is will WWE agree to his special attraction deal terms? They might as I can see value in Bryan working a handful of marquee matches per year, I actually think WWE would be smart to book much more talent this way to keep their value high, particularly the main event level talent. But it's also possible Vince McMahon doesn't hold Bryan in the same regard he does talent like Brock Lesnar and Goldberg and refuses to agree to the terms. 

If WWE and Bryan can't agree on a deal it's possible we could see Daniel Bryan in AEW as their limited weekly tv and quarterly PPV schedule seems to be very much what hes looking for, Bryan would also be guaranteed to be used as a top act in AEW working with all the top stars.
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Not going to lie. I would love to see Bryan Danielson do an old school tour of various promotions before retiring.

In NWA he would be a fantastic challenger to Nick Aldis. 

In ROH he could work with Rush and/or Dragon Lee. Or ideally challenge for the revived Pure Championship. 

I'm sure there's at least a dozen guys in New Japan that would love the chance to lock up with the American Dragon. 

AEW would be able to offer Kenny Omega, Hangman Adam Page, PAC, Rey Fenix and (of course) Cody Rhodes. 

Of course, I'm thinking of Danielson showing up to work a big PPV appearance and moving on. I think if he stuck to that sort of schedule, McMahon wouldn't hold a grudge against him. As I would fully expect him to return to WWE afterwards and go into their HOF. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Fletch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22/March/2020 at 13:47
It could be similar to the Matt Hardy situation, Matt as far as I'm aware parted from WWE on very good terms, he showed gratitude for his recent run there and being given the chance to use his Broken Matt gimmick briefly. He understood that at this stage of his career and with the loaded WWE roster that they really had nothing for him other than a enhancement talent role or perhaps a player/coach position in NXT something that may still be open to him when he is done with wrestling full-time. 
Matt still had a strong desire to be creative and have a good run in the ring before time runs out which is why he made the jump to AEW where the opportunity was open for him to do this. I'm sure there is no real resentment from WWE about his decision to do this and hopefully they would welcome him back should circumstances suit both parties. 

So the situation with Bryan is much the same, with him it's more a desire to work a schedule that suits his family life but chances are be may feel he's done with WWE unless they can offer him exactly what he wants. With a company like AEW Bryan can enjoy more creative freedom and be able to just work marquee matches with top talent, I think this would appeal to him a lot.
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