Daniel Bryan's career is in doubt. You might not agree, but the evidence is becoming pretty compelling.
Bryan missed several months last year because of a neck injury that forced him to have surgery. He had to give up his WWE Heavyweight Championship belt and there were fears he wouldn't regain strength in his right arm.
Thankfully Bryan did return, and fans of the Yes! Movement have enjoyed the last few months, with Bryan's Intercontinental Championship win at WrestleMania 31 sedating fans of his who want him to regain the main belt.
Pulled from tour
But any ideas of Bryan making his way back to the top of WWE have been damaged by the latest news that WWE has decided to pull him from the company's European Tour due to injury.
This decision comes on the back of the revelation by wrestling expert Dave Meltzer yesterday that WWE are worried about Bryan right now.
"Daniel Bryan is not doing well," Meltzer explained, according to Wrestling News. "They're protecting him a lot right now."
Furthermore, Wrestling News reported today that Bryan is no longer advertised for events on the current WWE European Tour that he was advertised for previously.
"Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan has been pulled from the rest of the current WWE European Tour. The shows he was advertised for he is now not advertised for those same shows."
Should fans be worried?
This is worrying news for WWE fans on many levels. Daniel Bryan is an integral part of the WWE right now, and is arguably the most popular wrestler in the company.
Most fans will want Bryan to make a challenge for the WWE Heavyweight Championship again, but this setback will likely make WWE think twice about putting the belt on someone they can't depend on because of injuries.
What do you think WWE fans? Let us know in the comments section below.
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