Daniel Bryan removed from WWE's European tour

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The WWE haven't been enjoying a good time of things as of late, with the rating figures for Monday Night Raw being the worst they have been in years.

With the company's biggest stars being part-timers like Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker, combined with John Cena only holding the United States Championship and the lack of a real face protagonist that the fans love, the WWE is really struggling.

No More Bryan?

This is why you think the WWE would be desperate to get fans favorite Daniel Bryan back in the ring and on TV. You'd be wrong, however, as Bryan has just been taken off the WWE's upcoming European Tour.


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As we wrote last week, Bryan was advertised for the WWE European Live Events in November. The former WWE Champion was then removed from advertisements the following day.

This wasn't a mistake, however, it was an actual thought out decision to remove Bryan from the events, for some reason.

Bryan wasn't even expected to wrestle at these events so it is a strange decision to say the least. The Goat was expected just to act as a special guest General Manager, but has been replaced in the role by Ric Flair.

Wrestling Return?

It's a long shot, but could this signal Bryan actually making a return to the squared circle? With Cena taking the next two months off, the WWE desperately need some star power, which they have in droves with a sidelined Bryan.

Bryan has said in the past that he's been cleared from his concussions by his own doctor, but it's the WWE docs that have held him back. Have they now changed their minds?


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