Bryan Danielson Reveals He Won't Be A Full-Time Wrestler For Much Longer

AEW's Bryan Danielson talks about the end of his career.

Speaking on One Fall with Ron Funches, AEW's Bryan Danielson spoke about winding down his full-time in ring career with Tony Khan's promotion. He explained: 

"I’m not gonna be a full-time wrestler for much longer. When my AEW contract is up, that’s pretty much me being done being a full-time wrestler, but I like the way some people like Terry Funk and Jerry Lawler and those kind of guys do it where they do it for fun, right?”

Danielson also explained that he doesn't have an ideal bout in mind for his last ever match, but rather that he'd like to slowly wind down his career. It is worth noting that AEW tend to sign wrestlers to three-year contracts, and that Bryan made his debut at All Out 2021. 

Danielson made his pro wrestling debut in 1999 and has since enjoyed a hugely acclaimed career on the independent scene and in WWE. He hasn't held any titles since debuting in AEW, but is a member of the Blackpool Combat Club stable alongside Jon Moxley, Wheeler Yuta and Claudio Castagnoli. 

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