That would be a big one. There have been a lot of changes in wrestling over the last few years and a lot of them have made for some very exciting situations. One of the biggest changes has been the amount of wrestlers moving from one promotion to another. This has given us some great moments, and now we might be in for the biggest change of them all so far.
According to Bodyslam.net, AEW has signed Daniel Bryan to a deal and Bryan is “locked in” to the company. The deal calls for Bryan to make money close to what he was making in WWE, be able to work in Japan, and to have some creative control over his character. Another report from Bodyslam says that Bryan is expected to debut at Grand Slam on on September 22 in New York City. This comes after Bryan’s WWE contract expired at some point after April 30, when he lost a Universal Title match against Roman Reigns on SmackDown.
Bryan would be a huge get. Check out what he could bring to AEW:
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