Exclusive: Tentative Plans For Daniel Bryan’s AEW Debut

We exclusively reported earlier today that former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan is “locked in” has 100% signed a deal with AEW already.

We were told that Danielson was wanting to work less dates for comparable money, he wanted the ability to be able to work in Japan, and wanted to have creative input on his character, all of which he got.

Additionally, we were told tentative plans creatively for Bryan Danielson’s AEW debut. As of the time of this writing (8:45 pm Wednesday, 7/21/21) the plan is for Bryan Danielson to make his AEW debut on September 22nd, when AEW heads to Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City.

The plan was to hold off debuting Danielson until after all of their plans for All Out were wrapped up, and to bring him in after the PPV. However, with the news of CM Punk’s potential AEW debut may have caused plans to change.

So, we can tentatively expect to see Bryan Danielson make his AEW debut when the company makes their huge debut in New York City.

We will keep you updated if we hear more about Danielson signing with AEW, and plans for his debut.

(Please credit Cassidy Haynes and when using this news.)


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