WWE: Daniel Bryan set for surprise early return

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Finally we have some potentially good news from World Wrestling Entertainment inc, with rumours abounding that Daniel Bryan could be set to return earlier than we expected.

As we already found out earlier in the week, Bryan will not be needing further surgery on his injured shoulder, and could be set for a return.

While the initial reports were suggesting that Bryan may be targeted for a return in December or at the Survivor Series pay-per-view event, according to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer that it could be sooner than that.

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No More Surgery

Brie Bella, Bryan's wife and a WWE Diva,  revealed this week that Daniel Bryan will not require the second shoulder surgery that had long been rumoured in the WWE Universe.

Brie explained that doctors had come to the decision at some point last week that rehab would be the favoured root for Bryan.

Even though Bryan is out of action for now, the original plan was still for Bryan to lose against Brock Lesnar at the SummerSlam event with the gold on the line, but the WWE had no choice but to take another big-name superstar in the form of John Cena replace Bryan.

Replacement Struggles

The WWE won't want to be rushing Bryan back before he is ready, but it is no secret how the company as a whole have struggled without him. They have had to go back to the boring old way of making Cena the star and it just hasn't done anything to excite fans in arenas or watching on TV.

The biggest stars right now in the company are all three members of The Shield who have enjoyed great popularity since splitting up. It's too early for any of them to make the jump to Championship contention so the Creative Team will be hoping to get Bryan and the Yes Movement back to their best as soon as possible.

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