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WWE round-up: Daniel Bryan confident of ring return despite concussions

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Bryan injury

Daniel Bryan doesn’t believe his wrestling career is over as a result of the injury that has kept him out of action for half a year.

The WWE superstar has been missing from the public eye for some time due to picking up a serious concussion five months ago but said that if he were called into action tomorrow he would be OK.

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Of course, he did admit that the WWE might think differently, and his protracted return is being handled with a large degree of caution given the nature of his problem. One thing’s certain; fans aren’t guaranteed to be seeing him anytime soon.

"No, at least not in my mind," he said.

"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.”

Jail time for fan

Moving on, and the man who jumped the barricades at Night of Champions has been sentenced to 10 days jail time.

Oscar Ramirez was tackled by security after attempting to get in on the action, and the WWE published a statement confirming they would be taking a harder stance on interfering fans moving forward. This comes after a string of incidents wherein stars have been potentially put at risk.

Ross on Rollins

Lastly, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has claimed that current star Seth Rollins could be declared unsafe to work with unless he puts effort into keeping fellow wrestlers safe when in the ring.

Rollins has come under question recently, first for breaking John Cena’s nose by accident and then for causing the neck injury to Sting that might well force the legend into retirement.

Ross was posed questions during a Q&A session, and he admitted that Rollins would have to work hard to ensure a pattern isn’t established with regards to big fights he’s in and big injuries to stars.

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