Bryan Danielson joined AEW after spending much of his wrestling career with WWE, also winning several federation titles. During "My Mom's Basement with Robbie Fox", Bryan Danielson talked again about his last WWE singles match against current Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
Bryan Danielson is a true champion
He also talked about whether he knew he would end up in AEW someday: "The only great experience for me was at WrestleMania 37 where I had, ironically, my last WWE match against Roman Reigns and I was enthusiastic.
I loved it. I thought it was the perfect way to get away. I wasn't even sure about signing up with AEW. I was discussing new proposals and offers, but I was also thinking about my life in a way. think to myself. I didn't want to stop fighting, but don't just do it so full time to focus more on being a dad."
A rather important match that went up for grabs against Roman Reigns at "Friday Night Smackdown" on April 30, 2021. This match had an additional clause: if Danielson lost to Reigns, Bryan Danielson would be banned from Smackdown forever.
Danielson lost the match to the Tribal Chief after nearly 30 minutes of action in the ring in the show's main event and has been out of WWE programming following this defeat. Bryan Danielson then appeared in AEW at the end of All Out 2021, following the main event where Kenny Omega retained the AEW world title over Christian Cage, helping Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus and Cage as they battled Kenny Omega, the Young Bucks and Adam.
Cole. He has stated that he has not given up on a return to WWE, however, Danielson is currently under contract with AEW and will be for at least another couple of years. While he was with WWE, Bryan Danielson found great success and great appreciation from fans.
Danielson ended up winning duo titles twice alongside two giants like Kane and Erick Rowan. In addition, the United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship, World Heavyweight Championship and WWE Championship also four times.
Bryan Danielson was also in the main event of WrestleMania 30 and the second night of WrestleMania 37. William Regal said that he had initially wanted to take a year off from wrestling, but Danielson convinced him to join Tony Khan's company: "I was just asked to come, Bryan asked me.
If he hadn’t asked, I still wouldn’t be there. He asked me to come and it was, ‘Yeah, that sounds like fun’ because I’ve just been you know, I was quite happy, I wanted a year off. I’ve done nothing but wrestling since I was full-time since I was 16. The only time I’ve been off is when I’ve been ill or injured and ill."