Bryan Danielson Praises Ricky Starks for Epic Carrying in AEW All Out Strap Match!

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Bryan Danielson made his triumphant return to the ring at AEW All Out, and he is expressing his gratitude towards his opponent, Ricky Starks. The highly anticipated pay-per-view event took place in Chicago, where Danielson and Starks engaged in a brutal strap match that had the live crowd on their feet throughout the entire contest.

During the post-show media scrum, Danielson took a moment to share his thoughts on working with Starks. He acknowledged Starks’ exceptional abilities and credited him for carrying him through the intense matchup.

“I had an excellent opponent. Every time people see Ricky Starks, every time Ricky Starks gets an opportunity, he knocks it out of the park. I will be the first one to say, this is outside of our stories and what we do, he carried me through that match. I’m good at certain things. I’m good at a decent amount of things, and I’m confident in saying that. I can fire up, I can do all these things, but he was the one who carried me through that match,” Danielson expressed.

Starks’ performance in the strap match was truly remarkable, showcasing his skill and resilience. It is evident that Danielson holds a great deal of respect for Starks and recognizes his ability to elevate the quality of their encounter.

Ricky Starks was initially rumored to face CM Punk at AEW All Out. However, due to Punk’s actions at the All In pay-per-view in London, he was released from the company. When asked about Punk’s departure, AEW President Tony Khan refrained from commenting on the matter. For more details on this, you can visit Wrestling Headlines.

(H/T and transcribed by Fightful)

For Bryan Danielson, his return to the ring was made all the more memorable thanks to his incredible opponent, Ricky Starks. Starks’ ability to carry Danielson through the strap match at AEW All Out demonstrated his exceptional talent and solidified his status as one of the industry’s rising stars.

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Originally posted at: Wrestling Headlines.

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