Bryan Danielson Speaks About Being a Full-Time Wrestler



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Bryan Danielson Speaks About Being a Full-Time Wrestler

Bryan Danielson is a former WWE wrestler, and he spoke about being a full-time wrestler. Bryan is one of the most famous wrestlers in the world. He was at one time the most famous wrestler in the WWE. After his contract with WWE expired, he joined AEW.

In AEW, he is wrestling full-time, although he can take a part-time role, as he is extremely valuable to the company. In fact, Bryan is one of the only wrestlers that raised the morale of the AEW locker room after CM Punk’s incident at AEW All Out.

Bryan Danielson Talks About Becoming A Part-time Wrestler After His contract Ends

Bryan recently spoke about his full-time wrestler role. He stated that he may no longer be a full-time wrestler very soon. Bryan has been wrestling full-time ever since he started wrestling for the WWE.

During his career, he has picked up numerous injuries. Before joining the WWE, he was a famous Ring of Honor wrestler. According to Bryan, he will stop wrestling full-time after his current AEW contract will expire. "I'm not gonna be a full-time wrestler for much longer," Danielson told Ron Funches on his podcast.

"When my AEW contract is up that's pretty much me being done being a full-time wrestler. But I like the way that some people like Terry Funk and Jerry Lawler and those kinda guys do it where they just do it for fun.

They don't do it all the time...as long as I have fun doing it and as long as I experience joy while doing it, it's something I want to continue doing for the rest of my life." Bryan is no stranger to life changing in an instant.

Bryan actually had to retire in 2016 due to severe head injuries. According to him, he was also suffering from various other problems that are related to concussions. According to Bryan, he doesn’t really know what his last match will be.

He revealed that he basically approaches every match with gratitude as he doesn’t know when he may be forced be able to retire again. "You can even extrapolate that to 'you don't know when the last time you're gonna see your kids is,'" Bryan Danielson said.

"And all that does, rather than be morbid about it, is to not take things for granted. That every time that I get a chance to wrestle, it's beautiful. Every time that I get to wake up with my kids and make them breakfast, and put them to bed at night is beautiful too."