Bryan Danielson: There's A Little Too Much Fooling Around In AEW
An unamused Danielson
Bryan Danielson is a serious man inside the squared circle and all he wants to do in the ring is kick his opponent's f*cking head in.
This same attitude isn't adopted by all of All Elite Wrestling's talent, though, and in Danielson's opinion, there is a "little too much fooling around" in the promotion.
Danielson has been looking to start a faction of serious wrestlers with Jon Moxley and on Throwing Down with Renee and Miesha, The American Dragon commented on wanting to work with the former AEW World Champion.
"These kids today need to learn how to properly wrestle. That's my deal. AEW is great. It's not perfect in the way that I would like it to be and I'm sure in the way Jon would like it to be. There's a little too much fooling around," Danielson began.
"Jon and I, we don't wrestle the same style, but we wrestle with the same seriousness. That's what I think we bring to the table and teaching that to the younger generation. Someone like Sammy Guevara. His big thing is he has this vlog, which I didn't even understand what a vlog was. It sounds like something to do with poop. He tried to get me on his vlog and I'm like, 'Okay, whatever man,' but he focuses so much on his vlog and all this other stuff as opposed to beating the beating the crap out of somebody, which me and [Jon] do quite well," he continued.
"I'd like to think that Jon is more a brutalist style of violence while I'm more like the poet laureate style of violence. It's eloquent."
The programme with Moxley and Danielson continued on Wednesday's Dynamite and both men are set to clash at Revolution due to The Purveyor Of Violence's unwillingness to link up with Danielson until they have bled together.
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