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Daniel Bryan claims his career isn't over

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Tonight saw the return of the Elimination Chamber and two men also made their returns to WWE TV.

After several weeks away, The Miz returned to the ring in order to host his 'popular' talk show Miz TV during the events kick-off show.

The Miz has been away filming another movie and on his return, he brought the red carpet back to the WWE.

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Miz was confronted by his former stunt double and now Randy Savage impersonator Macho Mandow who brought the fight to the Miz.

The segment ended with Mandow, and Axelmania chasing the Miz away from the ring to end the pre-show.

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Well the second man to return to the ring tonight was Daniel Bryan, who was the Miz's guest on Miz TV.

This was the first time that anyone had seen Bryan since he forfeited the Intercontinental Championship a couple of weeks ago on RAW.

Bryan came back with a bang too as he gave the WWE Universe a huge update on his health.

Bryan confirmed that his career wasn't over and that he will be back in the ring one day in order to once again compete.

Bryan was forced to sit at ringside during the second Elimination Chamber match of the night in order to present the title he had to forfeit to the winner at the end.

The fans didn't however receive any sort of indication about how long Bryan may be out for so it is safe to presume that for the immediate future, Bryan will remain missing from WWE TV.

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