Daniel Bryan rescinded the Intercontinental Championship a few months ago on an episode of Raw and walked away from WWE for what many think could be for good.
His wife, though, is remaining positive that the popular wrestler can turn his situation around.
The former WWE Divas Champion is having to tour with WWE without her husband, and as painful as it is, she told BBC Newsbeat that the WWE Universe will see Daniel Bryan make a return.
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"My husband is stronger than any man I have ever met," Brie told Newsbeat. "There have been some very positive things in his recovery.I think a lot of people wrestling for 16 years like him would have given up, but not him. He has such a fight in him so I feel you will see him back in that ring.
"I know my husband's dreams. Granted, he's done so much in the wrestling business - and it's not over forever - but it's not supposed to end this way."
It was released this week that Daniel Bryan has not been factored into WrestleMania 32 plans as Vince McMahon and the creative directors began to plan for the likes of Sting vs Undertaker, The Rock vs Triple H and John Cena vs Hulk Hogan at next years extravaganza in Texas, which sounds like a disappointing revelation for Daniel Bryan fans.
Bryan will always be a decorated WWE Champion after climbing his way to success on the independent scene and becoming world champion at places like Ring of Honor. He then proved that it didn't matter how big you were, you could make it in WWE and after making it through NXT he held the Tag Team, US, World and Intercontinental Championships before he was forced to rescind his final one due to injuries.
This wasn't the first time, Bryan had to vacate the WWE World Heavyweight Championship following his historic WrestleMania 30 win back in 2014.
He sustained an injury following the event and had to take time out to rehabilitate before he returned in 2015, but it doesn't seem like that will be the case for the superstar this time as he looks at a long road back to wrestling, if he is ever able to compete in the sport again.
Right now Bryan is helping with WWE Tough Enough that is currently airing on the WWE Network, which means he still has an input in wrestling and training even if he can't be a part of the action himself.
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