Bryan Danielson On AEW All Out: "That Is The Most Incredible Pay-Per-View I've Ever Seen"

Danielson was the evening's final surprise

AEW All Out has been lauded not only for the in-ring performances throughout the night, but for the debuts. In succession, Minoru Suzuki, Ruby Soho, Adam Cole, and Bryan Danielson all made their first appearances for AEW that night in Chicago.

Speaking with Brandon Walker on the Rasslin podcast, Danielson revealed that he wasn't able to sit down and watch the entire show preceding his debut due to different circumstances. However, when he was eventually able to take in All Out without interruptions, he was blown away by what he saw.

"I wasn't able to watch all of it that night because I was hidden in the trailer, the feed wasn't very good, people were coming in and saying 'hi.'," Danielson revealed. "I watched it back either Monday or Tuesday, and I texted Tony and said, 'That is the most incredible pay-per-view I've ever seen.' I've been watching wrestling for a long time and the reason why is, it was an incredible event in itself, if you just saw it as it was, 'Woah, what an incredible event,' but it also made you look forward to the future so much. 

"I texted [Tony] and said, 'That was just such a well put together pay-per-view. I've never seen anything like it.'"

Danielson made his AEW in-ring debut on Wednesday at Grand Slam, going to a thirty minute non-title draw with Kenny Omega in New York City.

(Credit to Fightful for transcription)

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