Is Daniel Bryan retiring to spite Vince McMahon?

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All eyes are on Seattle, Washington tonight as RAW takes over and Daniel Bryan looks set to announce his retirement.

Bryan has struggled with injuries in recent years and has been seeking medical clearance to return to the ring for some time now.


Medical staff have been split on whether Bryan is able to return to the ring or not for some time now, and it looks like Bryan is making the choice for himself.


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Whatever the leader of the Yes movement has to say tonight on RAW, there may be another reason why he is set to announce the end of his wrestling career.

Ahead of WrestleMania 32, the company are tying to get all of the big names they can to appear at the event or even before it.

Bryan has been absent for some time now but the recent rumours have claimed that Vince McMahon would like him to appear on WWE TV up to WrestleMania.

Bryan however is reportedly unwilling to become a regular on RAW and Smackdown again unless the company are willing to clear him to wrestle once again.

With this situation seemingly resulting in a stalemate, could the decision to retire be a ploy to force the companies hand?

Many fans are still holding on to the hope that Bryan's retirement is only storyline based, but if not, is the reason he actually retires aimed at Vince McMahon?

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