WWE: Daniel Bryan urged to stop performing flying headbutts

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WWE Heavyweight champion Daniel Bryan underwent surgery on his neck last week, and although that surgery was a success, it's expected he will be out for many months.

Furthermore, it's highly likely that his title belt will be taken away from him sooner rather than later, something that he admits himself maybe be warranted.

But what might surprise the superstar wrestler is the calls from certain sections of wrestling personnel that suggest that he needs change his style.

This is because they believe Bryan's way of wrestling is damaging him and contributed to his current neck injury.

And one of the moves that it has been said that Bryan should take out of his repertoire is his diving headbutt. The move is very successful and one of the main reasons for his current position as champion of the WWE, but reports suggests he might have to curb his enthusiasm.

"We noted before that there was talk that Daniel Bryan should tone down his in-ring style as his recent neck surgery could be the first of many long-term problems. One of the moves recommended for him to drop is the diving headbutt," WrestlingInc.com reported Thursday.

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