The WWE Universe has been awash with rumor concerning the health of Daniel Bryan in the wake of his departure from the recent European Tour.
Ever since the decision to pull Bryan was confirmed there has been speculation as to just why the WWE higher ups felt the need to remove one of the company's top Superstars. Most recently, wrestling expert Dave Meltzer claimed it was because Bryan had suffered a concussion during the tour.
A new report though reveals that the WWE are not willing to go along with the same theory.
Perhaps surprisingly it is Meltzer again who brings the latest update, including WWE's reaction to the concussion claim.
"Meltzer noted that even though he was told that Bryan suffered a concussion, WWE is saying that's not the case. WWE is not saying what the issue is other than he's banged up."
The conflicting claims, from sources within WWE and those who are the voice for the organization, only further add to the confusion surrounding Daniel Bryan's status.
Better of two evils
While a concussion would have been put a disappointing dent in Bryan's recent impressive comeback, the head issue would only likely put the wrestler out of action for a couple of weeks until he has satisfied medical protocol.
In the light of Bryan's recent injury nightmare it would have been the better of two evils for sure.
The fact WWE are denying it is a concussion issue though means concern will mount that Daniel Bryan has suffered an injury more closely related to the neck issue that required surgery last year - keeping him out of in-ring action for months.
The wrestler himself has already caused concern amongst fans by talking openly about how he continues to battle with his body in order to perform at his pre-injury level.
Until there is a definitive answer, either from Bryan himself or the WWE publicity department, the concern from everybody else involved will only grow and grow.
What do you think WWE fans? Do injuries mean Daniel Bryan will never again be the top WWE Superstar? Have your say in the comments section below...
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