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Bryan Danielson reveals his AEW contract status; possible last-match venue & timeline

Published at :May 13, 2024 at 3:02 PM
Modified at :May 13, 2024 at 3:03 PM
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Akash Dhanagaran


‘The American Dragon’ will be remembered as one of the greatest in-ring specialists of all time

Bryan Danielson is one of the most talented and extremely popular wrestlers of the modern era. He is known for his time in WWE as Daniel Bryan, where he was the five-time world champion and gained huge popularity and fame. Bryan became extremely popular for his feud with Authority and the “Yes movement”.

In 2021, Bryan moved to AEW and has been having a great run with some of the great matches and storylines as a part of the Blackpool Combat Club. Bryan Danielson has now revealed his AEW contract status and gave an update on ending his in-ring career as a full-time wrestler.

Bryan Danielson on his AEW Status & Retirement

In a recent appearance on “Casual Conversations with The Classic”, “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson discussed his AEW status. Danielson revealed that his contract would be up before AEW All In, however, he wanted to make it to Wembley. He also expressed his desire to have his last match at WrestleDream at the Tacoma Dome.

Bryan Danielson said,

“The big one is Wembley [AEW All In venue]. I wanna make it to Wembley. My contract actually expires before Wembley, but I wanna make it to Wembley. I’m not sure if I’ll make it, but one thing that would be a nice way to kind of close everything out for me is to do my last match as a full-time wrestler at WrestleDream at the Tacoma Dome because that’s the first wrestling show I ever saw.”

Bryan Danielson previously during an episode of Dynamite last September said that he had promised his daughter that when she turns seven, he would start wrapping up his career in the ring.

Danielson in a previous interview said,

“So, I told my daughter, that once she turned seven, I would start finishing up on my career, and she is six right now, and I’m a man who keeps my promises, especially to the people I love. So, guess what, time is running out.”

Her daughter is about to turn seven this year and Danielson has started preparing to wrap up with his in-ring career. As Bryan teased his retirement, he already got retired in 2016 due to a neck injury and got medically cleared to compete and canceled his retirement in 2018.

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