Bryan Danielson has admitted that when his contract with All Elite Wrestling expires he will stop being a full-time wrestler.
The American Dragon came close to conquering, 16 years after the last time, the ROH World Championship in the last AEW event: Full gear. Danielson did indeed tackle Sammy Guevara, Claudius Castagnoli and the reigning champion Chris Jericho in a Fatal Four Way Match, coming close to winning which went to the leader of the Jericho Appreciation Society.
Interviewed by Ron Funches for One Fall, Bryan wanted to clarify things: wrestling won’t be his full-time job before long.
What did Bryan Danielson say?
Here’s what he said Bryan Danielsonwho in 2021 signed a 3-year contract with All Elite Wrestling and which therefore is now in front of him just under 2 years of agreement.
“I won’t be a full-time wrestler for much longer. When my contract with AEW expires I’ll stop being one, but I could do like Terry Funk or Jerry Lawler who do it for fun. […] I have no idea what my last match could be. I don’t want something epic, it could even be a simple match in a local indie in front of 300 people.”
Bryan Danielson: “I’m not gonna be a full-time wrestler for much longer. When my AEW contract is up, that’s pretty much me being done being a full-time wrestler.
But I like the way some people like Terry Funk, Jerry Lawler & those kind of guys do it where they do it for fun.” pic.twitter.com/7gqPrs9Hgk
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