As of late, WWE is in a state of disarray which understandably has been infuriating not just for the company itself, but the many members of the WWE Universe.
Although the WWE superstars on the main roster may seem invincible, they too are entitled to time off from their hectic schedules, and deservedly so.
The problem WWE faces, however, is when a number of the biggest names at the company off are away from the ring at the same time.
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At present, the face of the company, John Cena, is taking a well-earned break from his busy routine while Randy Orton has also had time away from the ring through injury, and to get married.
With Brock Lesnar working his part-time schedule, the last thing the business needed was for Seth Rollins to suffer the injury he did during his match with Kane in Dublin, during WWE's European Tour.
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Even though occurrences such as these cannot be helped, it has meant the company are experiencing more than a bad patch and viewing figures have dropped as a result.
With this in mind, WWE must find some comfort in knowing that someone who is a fan favourite and extremely talented, would undoubtedly have a positive effect should he be brought back into WWE programming.
Despite Daniel Bryan's unfortunate spell of long-term injuries, he is a superstar which WWE can rely on for a huge crowd reaction even if he is shown on a pre-recorded segment during an episode of Monday Night Raw.
Bryan has a connection with the WWE Universe which very few superstars who are currently appearing week in, week out, on the company's shows, do.
Even if everyone's favourite 'yes!' man is still confirmed as injured for some time to come, if he is able to make any kind of brief appearance even just to say a few words, it would give the business a much-needed boost.
As What Culture has reported, WWE chief Vince McMahon is currently stuck with ideas of Byran's future.
This is because the 34-year-old was told by WWE's doctor that he should not wrestle again due to suffering so many concussions.
After this, however, Bryan gained a second opinion through an NFL doctor, who actually said that D-Bry's brain was tested as better than average for someone of his age.
Following this, WWE is now looking at the outcome of a third set of test results which understandably, will have a huge impact on Daniel Bryan's future in the WWE.
Whatever these results show, Vince McMahon must realise that what the company's fans want is to know what is happening with this superstar in particular.
At a time when the company is as desperate as it is, members of the WWE Universe have a right to know what is happening with arguably the most popular wrestler on the roster.