Is Daniel Bryan leaving WWE?
Ever since, Bryan has been removed from the WWE roster. According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, Bryan is opting to sign with AEW due to the company's relations with New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). ... From a heel face to a babyface, Bryan has been a constant in the WWE before leaving. News18Here's Why Daniel Bryan is Set to Snub WWE And Sign With AEW
In this week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer gave some updates on AEW potentially signing two big free agents in Daniel Bryan and CM Punk:
While no one has been able to confirm either signing, Meltzer said Bryan (Bryan Danielson) and AEW have been talking for months as he is considering WWE, AEW and New Japan as his next destination. New Japan is still the big X-factor, according to Meltzer, and part of the reason WWE president Nick Khan was trying to get a working relationship going.
"My belief is that if it was not for the pandemic, Danielson would have already been wrestling in New Japan by now unless a deal was made with WWE or AEW where he promised them the first appearance and match back since the AEW or WWE money offers would be so much higher and thus it was a virtual lock he was ending up in one place or the other," he wrote.
Meltzer said a a WWE source tells him that internally, the belief is that Punk has signed with AEW.
"There are a number of things going on behind-the-scenes that would indicate that, but nobody in AEW has confirmed it, and of course, they won’t until the decision is made for them to go public with something of that magnitude," he wrote.
He added that WWE previously had no interest in bringing him back, but AEW's interest may have changed that.
He also noted that secondary ticket prices for All Out in Chicago have increased 18% since the rumors started with a "get in" price of $141.
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23 July, 2021 - 07:41am
WWE reportedly has interest in bringing Braun Strowman back.
It was noted in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that WWE is interested in bringing Strowman back to work for the company, especially with the recent AEW signings and the expected signings of CM Punk and Daniel Bryan.
Strowman was released from WWE on June 2, and is reportedly under a 90-day non-compete clause that will make him a free agent on Tuesday, August 31. There has been talk of Strowman signing with AEW as there is interest from both sides.
There is no word yet on if Strowman is interested in going back to WWE.
We noted earlier this week how Strowman merchandise was added to the WWE Shop website, but it remains to be seen if that was some sort of error, or miscommunication, or if it could be related to WWE wanting to bring him back.
Stay tuned for more on Strowman’s possible WWE return.
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