Daniel Bryan has suffered another injury setback in the last week, which has forced the WWE to pull him from their tour of Europe.
Bryan was forced into surgery last year after a severe neck injury but returned eventually, before winning the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 31.
But just when WWE fans thought he was back to his best and ready to challenge for the top belt in WWE again, it was revealed that the wrestling company was worried about Bryan's health again this week.
Furthermore, Bryan was then pulled from WWE's tour as a precautionary measure, with reports suggesting that he recently suffered a concussion injury. His recent comments in an interview on 'Talk is Jericho' are enough to make WWE fans worried. Bryan admitted on the show that he is still having problems with his neck.
"We didn't know how my neck was going to do when I came back. It's the same with any injury, I think. If you have knee surgery, you don't know how your knee is going to do until you actually start putting pressure on it and you can do as much rehab or whatever you want, and now it's this thing of it being like getting pretty worn down, and I've never felt this way before," NoDQ reported.
Bryan also added that he is worried that these issues are a sign that his body is not up to the rigors of WWE anymore.
"But I'm also getting older. So I don't know if it's just (that), but sometimes when you've been off for nine or 10 months, then coming back takes maybe some getting used to, and I don't know if I'm still in that adjustment process."
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