The last sensational shot fired by the All Elite Wrestling was undoubtedly the one that saw the ex-WWE Champion Daniel Bryan make his debut in the All Out rings, under the name of Bryan Danielson that was his old name during his time in the indie rings, after the other sensational debut of Adam Cole, alongside champion Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks.
After staying a few months at home, after the end of the contract with the McMahons, Daniel Bryan preferred to go and sign a brand new agreement with the Khans, alongside the returning CM Punk, who after seven years of stop from wrestling is also back him to fight in the AEW rings and many other ex WWE as Adam Cole, Ruby Soho (ex Ruby Riott), Andrade, Miro (Rusev) and many others.
Apparently, Danielson seems to have already been included in one of the most important storylines of the entire AEW landscape, with his next opponent who will in fact be the world champion, Kenny Omega.
Bryan Danielson will challenge Kenny Omega
As we saw in last night's episode of Dynamite, Bryan Danielson went to challenge the champion face to face in a match for next week, with Omega who, after a few moments of hesitation, willingly accepted the challenge, going against the thinking of his manager, Don Callis.
The two will thus compete in the next special episode of Dynamite, nicknamed Grand Slam, which will air next week, on September 22nd. In addition to this great challenge, the time will also come for Ruby Soho to go and cash in her titled chance, won with the All Out Casino Battle Royale, with the former WWE going to challenge the champion Britt Baker, for the title, just next week.
But now let's see what are the matches already announced for the next episode of AEW Dynamite: - Daniel Bryan vs Kenny Omega - AEW Women's Title: Britt Baker (c) vs Ruby Soho - Cody Rhodes vs Malakai Black - MJF vs Brian Pillman Jr - Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer vs Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston - Interview with CM Punk - FTR vs Darby Allin & Sting.
During the All Out 2021 Media Scrum, Danielson spoke about how much he respects WWE and Vince McMahon. Following his monumental AEW debut, Bryan is bound to become a central figure in the company. Danielson kickstarted his feud with AEW Champion Kenny Omega on this week's AEW Dynamite.
The two will soon have a showdown, possibly at AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam on September 22nd, which emanates from Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York.