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Bryan Danielson Having Issues With Already Severely Damaged Neck

We all know Bryan Danielson has a history of neck injuries, and the current AEW wrestler is not doing great at the moment.

Bryan Danielson Neck
Credit: AEW - Ricky Havlik

We all know Bryan Danielson has a history of neck injuries, and the current AEW wrestler is not doing great at the moment.

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There is a decent chance Bryan Danielson somewhat retires before the year ends. If that does not happen, do look for him to take-on a much limited role. He has spoken about working with younger talent, which is probably what he will do. Although, Danielson is banged-up as of late after some unforgettable matches. In particular, his loss to Will Ospreay at AEW Dynasty is considered one of the best matches ever seen.

While speaking with Justin Dhillon of TWC Show, Danielson revealed a neck injury from that match. “My neck hurts,” said Danielson. “So yeah, I’m having some issues with my neck. There was a thing when I gave him a frankensteiner and he landed on his feet and in the background, nobody noticed it I don’t think at the time. But, when I did it, I just landed right on my head and I was like, oh my gosh, and so, I’ve needed some time after that.” He noted how the MRI returned okay and he has been mediating to help.

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Bryan Danielson Neck
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“I’ve started to see pain as that more and more as I’ve gotten older and that sort of thing,” said Danielson. “I find it to be a very useful paradigm as far as how I look at pain. Because, it can also be like, okay, that means this needs to be fixed or it means this needs to be done differently or all those different sorts of things. Yeah, it’s a signal.”

Danielson returned to AEW TV this week. He will team with FTR and Eddie Kingston against The Elite. They meet at Double Or Nothing on May 26 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Nevada. In the past, the match has either been amazing or a complete blow to the show. It has the talent, but we will see how AEW books such a large match. So, should Bryan Danielson even have been booked in such a match with his neck being in such bad shape?

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