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Daniel Bryan admits injury may have ended WWE career

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Many members of the WWE Universe have gravitated themselves towards Daniel Bryan since his rise to stardom began in 2013, and have become heavily involved in the YES! movement.

However, a recent interview by the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion could indicate it might all be coming to an end soon, at least for the WWE.

According to NoDQ, Bryan spoke with The New Paper in Singapore where he was asked about his injuries which have since stopped him from returning to the ring.

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He responded: "I think it could be the end of my career in WWE, but I don't think it will be the end of my career. I could find another passion, but it would just be sad because this is what I have been most passionate about since I was five."

Obviously, this is expected as anyone who loves wrestling as much as Bryan will know he has a never-ending passion for the business, and will do anything to stay a part of it. If WWE decides to let him go, there will be a long line of companies looking to sign up his name for their organisation.

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It will be a tough call for Bryan as he has to consider the fact another injury could do much worse to his body than before, his family is definitely a big part of his life and he will definitely make the right decision for them.

However, many WWE fans will be disappointed if he goes. He has been one of only a few wrestlers in the modern era that has risen to prominence organically and is well respected by all because of this achievement. Fans will be hoping he makes a return at the Royal Rumble in January, but that might not be the case.

Not many other superstars in the WWE can say they have done what Bryan has managed to do in their careers, and if he does decide to depart, or is forced to do so by the WWE, he will be remembered as one of the best of the modern era.

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