Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
Bryan Danielson shocked the wrestling world with a surprise announcement on AEW Collision this week. He revealed his plan to make the next year the best of his career, as he had promised his daughter that he would wrap things up when she turns seven years old. With his daughter currently at the age of six, Danielson’s fans are eagerly anticipating what he has in store for his final run in professional wrestling.
Danielson’s final run is set to kick off with a dream match against Zack Sabre Jr at WrestleDream in his hometown of Seattle on October 1st. However, there have been some reports raising questions about the nature of Danielson’s retirement announcement.
According to SI.com, multiple sources close to the situation have confirmed that while Danielson will be stepping away from full-time wrestling in the next year, he may still remain a special attraction for AEW. This leaves room for interpretation and speculation about what his future in wrestling truly holds.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding his retirement plans, one thing is clear – Bryan Danielson’s love for professional wrestling. If he can find the right balance with his family, it is not far-fetched to imagine him continuing to wrestle on a part-time schedule.
As reported by Cageside Seats, Danielson’s retirement announcement has sparked a wave of excitement and speculation among fans and wrestling enthusiasts. Many are eagerly awaiting his upcoming match against Zack Sabre Jr, which promises to be a dream encounter between two highly skilled athletes.
With Danielson’s final year in professional wrestling underway, fans can expect to witness a series of memorable matches and moments from the beloved wrestler. Whether he chooses to retire completely or continue as a part-time attraction, one thing is for certain – Bryan Danielson’s impact on the wrestling industry will be felt for years to come.
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