Bryan Danielson On AEW's Young Talent: "I'm Going To Kick Their F*cking Head In"

Danielson isn't planning on being nice

Bryan Danielson has no plans to elevate young talent in All Elite Wrestling and all The American Dragon wants to do is "kick their f*cking head in." 

Danielson made his AEW debut to close out All Out and he saved Christian Cage and Jurassic Express from an Elite beatdown that also featured the debuting Adam Cole.

Danielson's debut comes shortly after CM Punk's return to professional wrestling and while The Second City Saviour has spoken about working with AEW's young talent, The American Dragon plans to be a "little bit wild" and "kick their f*cking head in."

"When you have a wife and kids, your life becomes a little bit tame. I love it, but it's a little bit tame. I need one part of my life that's a little bit wild, right? You see these guys doing these crazy things and I'm like, 'Oh my God, can I do that?' Yes, I can. I don't care. Like, I'm going to go out there and I'm going to show everybody here what 'elite' really looks like this, this is what 'elite' looks like. I'm not, you know, Punk can come in and said like, 'Oh, I want to help the young guys and all that kind of stuff.' Nah man, I'm going to kick their f*cking head in," Danielson said during the post-All Out media scrum.

Elsewhere in the scrum, Danielson noted that WWE's Vince McMahon was "overprotective" of him and The American Dragon detailed why he left AEW to join WWE

H/T to Fightful

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