Bryan Danielson had an amazing career and delivered a stellar performance at AEW All Out. Afterwards, he is thinking about retirement more-and-more.
Bryan Danielson After All Out 2023: “Might Be Time To Move On”
Bryan Danielson has been wrestling for around 25 years and for most of that time, he has been called the best in the world. No matter the promotion or person opposite inside the ring, he gives it everything and that is what he did at All Out.
A bloody Danielson walked out the winner, but so did Starks as he was elevated to the main event scene.
During the All Out post-show media scrum, Bryan Danielson hinted that his career could be over soon. He mentioned his wife and children, who he does get to see everyday of the week because AEW travels.
“I’ve been very fortunate to have this thing that i love that I do, a huge part of my life for 23+ years,” said Danielson. “Then at one point it was, it felt like if not the most important thing, one of the most important things.”
“But then new things become important things and seeing my kids do the things they love to do and being there for them and also being there for my wife, because if any of you are parents, single parents, single parenting is hard, regardless of what you do. So, all of that to say, I’ve got a lot of thinking to do.”
“There are puzzles to figure out. Sometimes the pieces don’t fit and it I had a good run and it might be time to move on.”
Tony Khan has stated if he was ever hit by a bus, he would want Danielson to run AEW. That shows you how much respect the veteran has within the pro wrestling world.
For now, Danielson is still listed as a wrestler and someone who helps behind the scenes.
So, is Bryan Danielson serious about contemplating retirement or was the comment simply made in the moment?