Amidst the rumor and speculation currently circling around WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan it appears we finally have some decent information to go on.
Following his removal from the recent European tour, a number of claims have surfaced regarding Bryan's status. From the Yes! Movement leader suffering a concussion to fears of a recurrence of his neck injury the WWE Universe has been attempting to figure out exactly what happened.
Now though, with Bryan's scheduled fight at Extreme Rules this weekend in doubt, a new report has revealed the answers to some of the big questions.
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According to PW Insider, citing a source from within WWE, Daniel Bryan was actually removed from the European Tour after suffering a legitimate injury during an un-televised live show.
The source claims that Bryan went down during a match in Dublin, Ireland. Competing alongside Dolph Ziggler and Erick Rowan against Sheamus, Bray Wyatt and Bad News Barrett, the popular Superstar picked up a telling blow that ultimately forced the WWE to send him back to America.
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This conflicts with previous reports which had stated that Daniel Bryan was sent home after suffering a set back during the SmackDown taping in London UK.
As well as revealing the Dublin scene of Bryan's injury, the PW Insider report noted the projected timeline WWE had for his return at the time it occurred.
Immediately after seeing him off back to the United States the WWE were not expecting to see Bryan back in action for a month. It remains unclear if that timeframe has improved, or gotten worse, in the 10 days since the news broke.
With Bryan set to go up against Bad News Barrett on this Sunday's Extreme Rules PPV, WWE fans will be hoping that their favorite star has defied the doctors and will be able to take to the ring. If he is still on track for a four week lay off though there may be some truth in rumors that the WWE is preparing to scrap the match.
What do you think WWE fans? Should Bryan return for Extreme Rules or is it too much of a risk? Let us know in the comments section below...
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