Another note from Meltzer on this awesome news is that Bryan is cleared to wrestle either as much as he wants, or as much as the WWE needs him to wrestle. He apparently suffered seizures and had lesions on his brain after that last concussion.
Following the brand split in 2016, Bryan has been the general manager of SmackDown Live and on a number of occasions, it seemed like we were getting close to an actual in-ring return. This news opens up all new possibilities for not only Bryan's future, but for WrestleMania 34 which is just three weeks away.
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Bryan is now free to compete as much as WWE wants to use him, and as much as he'd like to work. Later in the evening, Bryan came out again to fire Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, who beat up Smackdown commissioner Shane McMahon a week prior. In an Interview with TMZ, Cena expressed how Bryan's return made him feel. As expected, Bryan and McMahon vs. Owens and Zayn is the plan. Wrestling fans have been torn between wanting Bryan back in the ring, but also understanding how serious an issue concussions are and not wanting him to risk long-term, serious health problems. However, things have changed and this is big news heading into the biggest show of the year.
"I don't know exactly when or where I will get back in this ring". There were reports that Bryan would leave WWE if they didn't clear him - when his contract expired. The WrestleMania WWE championship feud is taking a bit of a backseat on this Tuesday night, but given the Bryan news, that's completely understandable. Here are the top five Daniel Bryan singles matches we would love to see.
Since then Bryan has tried to get himself cleared, visiting numerous doctors whilst performing a non wrestling role for WWE. After a successful independent career, Bryan made the move to WWE in 2010.
After thanking his wife, his doctors, and his fans for their support, Bryan was Powerbombed onto the mat in a later segment, proving once and for all that he was ready for his return to action.