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Daniel Bryan: Why former WWE Superstar signed with AEW

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Cassidy Haynes of recently reported that Daniel Bryan had signed with All Elite Wrestling. The former WWE Superstar reportedly wanted to have several caveats with whoever he signed with next, and it appears as though AEW had what he was looking for.

Haynes recently appeared on WrestlingINC’s Daily podcast with Nick Hausman. Cassidy would confirm on the show exactly what Danielson was looking for before he signed on the dotted line for All Elite.

‘I know that he asked to have fewer dates, comparable money,’ Haynes began. ‘He wanted to work in Japan, and he wanted to be able to have creative input on his character and storylines and stuff, and he got all that.”

Why Daniel Bryan signed with AEW

“It’s not really control because everything goes through Tony [Khan], but it’s input. He wanted creative input” Haynes would confirm of Daniel Bryan.

At this time, we do not have any official confirmation that Bryan Danielson/Daniel Bryan has signed with AEW.

This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite will be the Fight for The Fallen themed show. Several matches and segments have already been confirmed for the show and are as follows:

  • No DQ Match for the Trials of Jericho ’“ ‘The Painmaker’ Chris Jericho vs. Nick Gage
  • IWGP United States Championship Match ’“ Lance Archer (c) vs. Hikuleo
  • Tony Khan makes ‘a major new live event announcement.’
  • 10 Man Elimination Match ’“ Hangman Page, Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, John Silver, and Alex Reynolds vs. Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson Nick Jackson, Karl Anderson, and Doc Gallows
  • Santana and Ortiz vs. ‘FTR’ Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood.
  • Christian Cage, Jungle Boy, and Luchasaurus vs. Angelico, Marq Quen, and Isiah Kassidy.
  • QT Marshall’s apology to Tony Schiavone
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