Daniel Bryan has suffered his fair share of setbacks over the last 12 months. The former WWE Heavyweight Champion was forced to give up his title last year after a severe injury.
Bryan was made to have neck surgery to cure his ills, but after the surgery he still struggled to regain the strength in his right arm.
Thankfully for WWE fans, Bryan eventually made a return and now holds the Intercontinental Championship after an entertaining WrestleMania 31.
But then this week's tour of Europe brought back the bad news for Bryan fans, after it was first revealed that WWE are worried about his health, before the superstar was then pulled from the tour.
These revelations came on the back of the fact that Bryan didn't wrestle Monday Night Raw, and in an update that's gone viral today, it is believed the reason for his latest setback is because he suffered a concussion in a recent match against Sheamus.
"As noted earlier, Daniel Bryan was sent home from the WWE European tour after last Tuesday's SmackDown taping in London," NoDQ reported.
"WWE then issued a statement, noting that Bryan was pulled from the tour "as a precautionary measure."
"According to Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline, people on the tour said that Bryan suffered a concussion during his match with Sheamus on Smackdown a couple of weeks back. WWE was seemingly aware that Bryan was banged up after that match, as he had not worked any other singles matches since that show."
This update certainly dispels the rumors that Bryan is struggling again with his neck.
What do you make of Bryan's current injury plight and should WWE be worried? Leave your thoughts in the comments box below.
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