WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan doesn't believe his career is over after an injury which has sidelined him for almost half a year.
The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion was interviewed by Sport 360, according to Wrestling News, where he spoke about several different topics involving himself and the WWE. One of the topics was concussions.
Bryan has been out of action for around five months due to a concussion he picked up while wrestling during a SmackDown taping last April.
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While he has been cleared by independent doctors to wrestle again, the WWE doctors have not. And when he was asked if he thought his career was over because of this, he doesn't think it is in the slightest.
He said: "No, at least not in my mind. WWE might be thinking that, but I feel great. I feel like I’m ready to wrestle. If they called me to wrestle tomorrow, I would. It’s just a matter of getting cleared. I’ve had a long history of concussions, so they are a bit hesitant to get me back.”
If the WWE decide the clear Bryan, there are countless angles which he could be inserted into and be successful. He is one of the most talented wrestlers on the roster and is a clear fan favorite thanks to his YES! movement.
He isn't the only wrestler possibly dealing with a career-ending injury, as Sting's time in the ring could be ended after he picked up a neck injury while wrestling against Seth Rollins at Night of Champions this past weekend. Hopefully, both of these Superstars will be returning to the ring soon.