For the longest time, it seemed as if the thought of Daniel Bryan ever competing in a WWE ring again would never ever come to pass. Bryan was forced into an early retirement in 2016 after WWE doctors determined that he has received a massive amount of head trauma and other injuries throughout his career and that it would be unsafe for him to continue wrestling. Bryan was made the SmackDown General Manager, but he has since admitted that he could not stand being in that role, and he would constantly tease leaving WWE to join another promotion in order to wrestle again as soon as his contract expired. Although Bryan was cleared to return by WWE earlier this year, some still thought that he may end up leaving the company.
Daniel Bryan’s WWE contract was reportedly set to expire some time this month, and with the independent circuit beginning to boom once again, there are certainly plenty of promotions that would be willing to book the former WWE Champion for an appearance or a match. Although no reports of Bryan signing a new deal with WWE were ever confirmed, he is scheduled to wrestle on several upcoming shows, including the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view later this month, which has indicated to several fans that he would be staying in WWE. According to the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Daniel Bryan has indeed signed a new contract with WWE and he will not be leaving the company any time soon.
Pro Wrestling Sheet was later able to confirm that Daniel Bryan has indeed re-signed with WWE, and that his new contract is a multi-year deal that will see him continue to compete in the company for months to come. Bryan has said in interviews lately that he would most likely end up re-signing with WWE, and it looks like he has indeed decided to stay where he is. WWE has yet to confirmed that Daniel Bryan has signed a new contract as of right now, but the original Observer reports notes that the deal is done and that it would become public knowledge as early as later on this week. Now that Daniel Bryan will continue to wrestle in WWE, it will be interesting to see what he accomplishes before his newly-signed contract expires.
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