In the past few years, Daniel Bryan hit an intense neck and shoulder injury, endangering his career in his ring. Initially, Bryan could not struggle again because risk was too high as it was a belief due to the importance of the injury. Now that Brian gave birth to the first child, Bryan wants to avoid further risks.
One of the most disappointing questions surrounding the WWE world is whether or not the current SmackDown Live General Manager will compete for the company again.
SmackDown Live GM talked about the possibility of competing again in a recent interview with Busted Open at WWE Knight in a New Jersey Devils match last week.
Brian believes that there is a big opportunity for a doctor to clear him to wrestle again, but he does not have the same high expectation as he clears him. below are the highlights( via wrestlinginc.com).
“I think there is an 85% chance that I will wrestle again, my wife says it’s 100%,” Bryan said. “That’s not the case, if I get a test that says I shouldn’t wrestle again, then I won’t wrestle again.”
“So I think there is an 85% chance that I will wrestle again. I would say that there is about a 20% chance that WWE will clear me to wrestle. It’s a small chance, but it’s not an impossible chance.
“I know that they [WWE] want me to wrestle,” Bryan continued. “There’s just a lot of stuff that has to happen for me to be able to wrestle.”
Bryan on possibly wrestling on the indies, but believes wrestling there would be a much more rigorous schedule than what he could get in WWE:
“One of the things about an independent schedule is that it would be easier,” Bryan said. “But I think if WWE were to clear me, they’d give me a little bit of a lighter schedule.
“We’re not running as hard as we were in 2013 where you’re doing both shows [RAW and SmackDown].”