Daniel Bryan contemplating leaving WWE after...

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Daniel Bryan contemplating leaving WWE after...

At the moment the WWE has not yet communicated to us in storylines how Daniel Bryan experienced the defeat of WrestleMania 37, a show that saw in the main event the American Dragon engaged in that Triple Threat Match that he had won with great difficulty and that he ended with his back to the mat, Edge on top of him and Roman Reigns busy counting both.

The former Planet's Champion has not yet appeared on the blue show and we need to figure out what plans the company has for him. But in the meantime he has decided to break the silence and tell his impressions of him in an interview, in which it is not entirely clear whether he has spoken respecting a storyline or has said what he really thinks.

Daniel Bryan has in fact allowed himself to the microphones of 'BT Sport' for an interview in which to reflect on his main event of WrestleMania 37 with Edge and Roman Reigns. The Yes Man admitted that he felt psychologically detached before the contest and confessed that he has not yet reviewed the match in question.

She also tried to explain what her feeling of detachment means for his future.

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"Actually, I haven't watched my WrestleMania 37 match yet. And I don't know if seeing it again would really help me understand why I was so aloof," admitted Daniel Bryan.

"I don't really believe in signals. Most people think of me as some kind of new-age hippy guru, because I'm an environmentalist. But I'm not really like that at all. I really love science and reality-based stuff.

facts. But maybe what happened to me is a sign that it's time to let go of the full-time wrestler. Which, by the way, is a bit of what I've been thinking for some time. " Daniel Bryan continued his speech by revealing an important tip from his quintessential mentor: "When I started training, Shawn Michaels told me that in the exact second that a wrestler doesn't get excited before entering the ring, that's the exact moment where you have to retire.

I don't think that's necessarily the case, because for a long time I didn't feel nervous before entering the scene. " "Wrestling excites me, because it's a fun thing, but the strange detachment I felt gave me the feeling that my time may have come.

Maybe this is just a sign that my work no longer fulfills me as it did. first, which is interesting. I don't know. I just said I'm not a hippy hippie. In fact, I've been trying to think about this and talk to my closest friends to figure out what's going on with me."