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Daniel Bryan Possibly Signs With AEW His Potential Debut Date

Daniel Bryan  Possibly Signs With AEW His Potential Debut Date


Did Daniel Bryan sign a contract with AEW?… Fri, 23 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0100-Daniel Bryan has done everything there is to do in the pro wrestling industry and he has competed for a number of top pro wrestling promotions such as ROH …

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Daniel Bryan Possibly Signs With AEW, His Potential Debut Date

July 22, 2021

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Daniel Bryan has done everything there is to do in the pro wrestling industry and he has competed for a number of top pro wrestling promotions such as ROH and WWE. Bryan first signed with WWE in 2009 and then made his WWE return in 2010 after briefly being released. Daniel Bryan last competed for the WWE during an episode of SmackDown this past April, when he lost to Roman Reigns in a WWE Universal Title Match as the stipulation stated that if Bryan lost, then he will be banned from WWE SmackDown.

It would then be reported that Daniel Bryan’s contract with the WWE has expired and that they have no plans of having him return to the company. He was reportedly also not in the discussion of the people listed for merchandising, licensing and future action figure releases by Mattel.

According to Cassidy Haynes of BodySlam.net, Daniel Bryan has signed with All Elite Wrestling, with a source saying that he is “100% locked in.” The report also stated that Bryan has been wanting to work a more relaxed and reduced schedule for the same amount of money he was making in WWE and that he was also looking to have some creative input on his character and the opportunity to work in Japan, which were reportedly met.

Bryan’s AEW debut is reportedly set to happen on the September 22nd Grand Slam episode of Dynamite in the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York. It was then mentioned that Bryan’s debut was being saved for that show, so that the company can wrap up their plans heading into the All Out PPV, but that the plans can also change and Bryan’s AEW debut can be moved depending on AEW’s talks with CM Punk.

WWE reportedly had talks with NJPW for a possibly working relationship, which was done to allow Bryan to work for both promotions, but Daniel Bryan’s WWE contract has expired and it seems that WWE has no interest in bringing him back. Ever since Daniel Bryan became a free agent, he hasn’t made any public statement. More updates will be provided once it it made available.

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Daniel Bryan has done everything there is to do in the pro wrestling industry and he has competed for a number of top pro wrestling promotions such as ROH and WWE. Bryan first signed with WWE in 2009 and then made his WWE return in 2010 after briefly being released. Daniel Bryan last competed for the WWE during an episode of SmackDown this past April, when he lost to Roman Reigns in a WWE Universal Title Match as the stipulation stated that if Bryan lost, then he will be banned from WWE SmackDown.

It would then be reported that Daniel Bryan’s contract with the WWE has expired and that they have no plans of having him return to the company. He was reportedly also not in the discussion of the people listed for merchandising, licensing and future action figure releases by Mattel.

According to Cassidy Haynes of BodySlam.net, Daniel Bryan has signed with All Elite Wrestling, with a source saying that he is “100% locked in.” The report also stated that Bryan has been wanting to work a more relaxed and reduced schedule for the same amount of money he was making in WWE and that he was also looking to have some creative input on his character and the opportunity to work in Japan, which were reportedly met.

Bryan’s AEW debut is reportedly set to happen on the September 22nd Grand Slam episode of Dynamite in the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York. It was then mentioned that Bryan’s debut was being saved for that show, so that the company can wrap up their plans heading into the All Out PPV, but that the plans can also change and Bryan’s AEW debut can be moved depending on AEW’s talks with CM Punk.

WWE reportedly had talks with NJPW for a possibly working relationship, which was done to allow Bryan to work for both promotions, but Daniel Bryan’s WWE contract has expired and it seems that WWE has no interest in bringing him back. Ever since Daniel Bryan became a free agent, he hasn’t made any public statement. More updates will be provided once it it made available.

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Daniel Bryan Possibly Signs With AEW, His Potential Debut Date Fri, 23 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0100-ANOTHER former WWE superstar could potentially be on the move to rival All Elite Wrestling, per reports.On July 21, Tony Khan's AEW made headlines wit.

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Did Daniel Bryan sign a contract with AEW?

July 22, 2021

ANOTHER former WWE superstar could potentially be on the move to rival All Elite Wrestling, per reports.

On July 21, Tony Khan's AEW made headlines with rumors of a potential agreement with former pro-wrestler CM Punk, now free agent Daniel Bryan has reportedly inked a deal with the wrestling promotion.

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Daniel Bryan has reportedly inked a deal with All Elite Wrestling, per reportsCredit: Getty

Who is Daniel Bryan?

Bryan Lloyd Danielson, best known by his ring name Daniel Bryan, is an American professional wrestler.

Bryan, 40, spent a decade with the WWE, where he captured the WWE Championship, United States title, Intercontinental championship, World Heavyweight title and Tag-Team titles with Hall-of-Famer Kane.

Bryan won the 2011 SmackDown Money in the Bank; he was named the 2013 Superstar of the Year, and at one point, was the SmackDown General Manager.

In February 2016, Bryan retired from professional wrestling due to medical issues, including seizures from multiple concussions and a brain lesion.

Two years after retiring, he was medically cleared and returned to in-ring competition at WrestleMania 34.

Bryan is married to former WWE wrestler Brie Bella, with whom he has two children.

On July 22,  Bodyslam reported Bryan had inked a deal with AEW.

The veteran last appeared on WWE television on April 30 on SmackDown.

He lost to Roman Reigns in a “Championship vs. Career” match with reports his contract was expiring on May 4.

Speculation has been mounting on the much-loved wrestler’s future, with some claims stating WWE had stopped their merchandise and action figure plans for Bryan.

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Daniel Bryan has wrestled for WWE for over a decadeCredit: Getty – Contributor

That led many to claim he would not be returning to Vince McMahon’s company.

Per the outlet, the former WWE champion is “locked-in” and has “100 percent” penned a contract with the Tony Khan-backed promotion.

“In addition, I was told that Danielson was wanting to work less dates for comparable money, he wanted the ability to be able to work in Japan, and wanted to have creative input on his character, which he got,” Bodyslam's Cassidy Haynes reported.

“There are also tentative plans already in place for Danielson’s AEW debut.”

How can I watch AEW?

All Elite Wrestling airs live Wednesdays at 8pm on TNT.

AEW Dark streams live Tuesdays on the promotions YouTube channel at 7pm.


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– July 23, 2021
Daniel Bryan Possibly Signs With AEW His Potential Debut Date

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