Daniel Bryan set to appear on Monday Night Raw

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The WWE is in need of a boost after so many of their superstars recently have been sidelined due to injury. At one point, all the previous champions from WrestleMania 31 were out injured. Not good for the company.

However, all of that might be about to change, according to PWInsider, via Wrestling Inc.

The report stated that this week, Monday Night Raw takes place in Seattle, which is the hometown of one superstar inparticular, Daniel Bryan.


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Yes, this is another Daniel Bryan rumor, but fear not, this isn't one that is going to bring you up to let you back down again.

According to their report, the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion was seen in Phoenix flying to Seattle. Bryan had a new look as well as both his hair and beard had been trimmed, which you can take either way, but it will be odd seeing this fan favorite looking different on WWE programming.

Bryan hasn't been seen inside the ring for several months due to a concussion and the WWE refusing to clear him to wrestle. 

It's unclear why the former Intercontinental Champion will be appearing on Raw. It could be because he has been cleared to wrestle. It could be because he will be announcing his retirement. Many WWE fans will be hoping that it is the former and not the latter. 

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