WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan revealed earlier this week that he believes his career in the WWE might be over.
The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion also stated the company has offered him several non-wrestling jobs, but he has turned them all down because he feels it is too soon to go down that path.
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He said: "Because of my history with concussions, the WWE medical doctor wouldn't clear me. We're in the process of trying to figure out some compromise." They keep sending me to do more tests, brain MRIs, brain EGs and all my tests have come back great to the point where my brain is better than someone my age with no concussion."
"They keep sending me to do more tests, brain MRIs, brain EGs and all my tests have come back great to the point where my brain is better than someone my age with no concussion."
Many fans will be hoping to see Bryan back in the ring wrestling at some point in the future, however, the likelihood is it won't be inside one owned by the WWE due to his concussion history. They simply do not want to take the risk because he is too injury prone now.
There will be lots of organizations in wait for the 34-year-old if he is ever released by the WWE, but the chances of that happening are slim too as he is such a big name.
Nevertheless, with all this 'Bryan WWE career is over' news swirling around, don't rule out a surprise return at the Royal Rumble in January either.