Daniel Bryan reveals WWE have offered him non-wrestling jobs

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The WWE is in a shocking state of affairs right now, with the television ratings hitting their lowest point in years.

Vince McMahon's company are struggling badly with injuries as Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, and Cesaro are all currently sidelined - while John Cena, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker are all off TV screens for one reason or another.

Another superstar who is currently out of action is Daniel Bryan, but unlike anyone else listed previously, he is the only one who's career is in potential jeopardy. In fact, Bryan revealed that the WWE have actually offered him non-wrestling jobs.


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During an interview with PassThePopcorn in Singapore, via NoDQ, Bryan mentioned that WWE had offered him a few different roles outside of the ring.

Those included working as an announcer or in the performance center as a coach for the next generation of WWE superstars. Thankfully, the former American Dragon rejected the offers.

"They WWE asked me a bunch of stuff of what I’d like to do like announce or be a trainer at NXT," he said. "I’m sure at some point in my life I would, but right now it would be too soon.”

This could genuinely be the end of Daniel Bryan's career as a WWE wrestler, which is truly heart-breaking and a depressing thought. The biggest fan favorite in the entire company gone, just like that.

If this is the end for D.Bry in the WWE then lets just be thankful we got what we did from The Leader of The Yes Movement. 

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