Daniel Bryan could be joining other promotions



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Daniel Bryan could be joining other promotions

Daniel Bryan has been one of the main wrestlers of WWE's Main Roster for 10 years now. Although it must be said that the wrestler did not have authorization to fight from 2016 to 2018 he remained in the company waiting and living in the hope of being able to fight again.

Fortunately for him, he had this chance, also gaining a big impact in the Main Roster, yet according to the latest rumors his situation could change soon. The Yes Man was the protagonist of the Wrestlemania Main Event where he was defeated in the Triple Threat Match against Edge and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns who pinned both and confirmed himself as champion and at the top of the company.

The match was quite close and during the match, all three were close to winning the title but in the end, it was the Tribal Chief, also thanks to his cousin Jey Uso, who retained the title of WWE Universal Champion. After that match, Bryan made quite surprising statements showing that he felt detached from what had happened on the show of the Immortals: "To tell the truth, I have not yet covered the Wrestlemania 37 match.

And I don't know if seeing him again would really help me understand why I was so detached. I don't really believe in signals, but maybe what happened to me is a sign that it's time to let go of full-time wrestling.

And in fact, it's something I've been thinking about for some time."

Daniel Bryan felt 'odd' at WrestleMania 37

Fightful Select colleagues have reported that Daniel Bryan's contract will expire soon and the wrestler is in talks with WWE.

The Yes Man is trying to find a way to fight in WWE but also dealing with other situations and in general, his goal is to move to a part-time role in the company. In addition to working as a wrestler, Daniel Bryan has been working in WWE for some time collaborating with the Friday Night Smackdown creative team.

As reported earlier, Daniel Bryan had said that he felt an 'odd detachment' before his triple threat match at WrestleMania 37. Though Bryan said he couldn't fully comprehend the feeling himself, it might be a sign that wrestling doesn't mean as much to him as it once did.

''The odd detachment, I was like, 'Woah.' Like I said, I'm either gonna die [laughs] or maybe it's a sign that this isn't it and it isn't the same type of fulfillment that it was before. I've been trying to meditate on it and talk to my friends that I'm close with, like, 'what is that?' My contract is up relatively soon,'' said Bryan.