During WWE's Smackdown recording on Tuesday night in Houston, Texas, a segment was taped which involved Big Show announcing that Daniel Bryan will require yet more surgery.
The Surgery Bryan requires this time will be on his elbow which has been extremely problematic for him over the past few months.
After this announcement, Big Show lead the crowd in an infamous 'Yes' chant which he then said would be recorded and sent off to Bryan to help show the support he has.
Though more specific details of the surgery have not yet been given, this setback will understandably involved yet another long period of recovery for the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
It has been almost six months since we last saw Brie Bella's husband in action in the ring and it is safe to say there has been a huge hole in the company while Bryan has been out through injury.
What we are aware of however is that Bryan was originally supposed to undergo surgery in August but doctors pushed it back to carry out a number of tests instead.
This delay in surgery as well as the necessity of tests and further operations means it could still be a while yet before we see one of the WWE Universe's best-loved Superstars back to full fitness.
The Superstar's return whenever it may be is undeniably highly anticipated by many followers of WWE.
A big shock at a Royal Rumble in WWE is not something which is unheard of but those hoping for Daniel Bryan's music to hit during the pay-per-view event in January should not get too excited.
If the news of this additional surgery is true and with the Royal Rumble only being three months away, it would not be out of the question for Bryan's music to hit but only for someone like Stephanie McMahon to appear.
Though it may not seem long since WrestleMania XXX, fans of WWE may well be better off in hoping for a return to the ring being made by Bryan at WrestleMania 31 next year.
With this in mind however, the ongoing injuries, surgery, tests and complications may well mean the 'Yes' man might have made his last performance as a full-time professional wrestler on May 4th this year.
We will of course be wishing that this is not the case as WWE is undeniably a better place with Daniel Bryan performing as one of the biggest stars in it.
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