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Bryan Danielson/Daniel Bryan talks differences between WWE and AEW

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Former WWE Superstar and new AEW signee Bryan Danielson recently spoke to Chris Mueller of Bleacher Report. The man who faced Kenny Omega in his debut All Elite Wrestling match discussed several topics during the interview, including the differences between the two locker rooms.

‘It’s hard for me to say honestly, it’s weird because WWE itself has changed so much in the time that I’ve been there,’ Bryan Danielson began. ‘People go in, and I think this happens in every company regardless, and push for ideas that will make them look good.

“And so everybody does that. So I think more of the politics, the struggle in WWE is that the system is so big that it’s hard to get access to the people you need to get access to, to get anything to change” Danielson/Daniel Bryan revealed.

‘One of the wonderful things about AEW is that almost everybody has access to Tony [Khan]. He’s very friendly and very approachable. It’s not just me, it’s people lower on the card who will go up and talk to Tony.

“It’s a very open-source system. And as the company gets bigger, that might actually not be functional. One thing I will say is that I feel like the locker room is more upbeat at AEW” Bryan Danielson/Daniel Bryan concluded.

Bryan Danielson on WWE and AEW locker rooms

Here’s the current and updated card for this week’s episode of AEW Rampage; which will be available on TNT Network in the United States and on FITE TV in Europe and the United Kingdom.

  • CM Punk vs Powerhouse Hobbs
  • Jake Hager & Chris Jericho vs Ethan Page & Scorpio Sky
  • SuperKliq (Adam Cole & Young Bucks) vs Jurassic Express (Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy) & Christian Cage
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