Christopher Daniels Hints At Retirement Following AEW: Dynamite

The Fallen Angel could be calling it a career

SCU put it all on the line on last night's edition of AEW: Dynamite. 

Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian agreed all the way back in December that they would split up after their next loss as a tag team. They had done nothing but win for the last five months and they faced off against The Young Bucks last night for the AEW World Tag Team Championship. 

Daniels and Kazarian fought valiantly during the excellent match, but they couldn't pick up the win and The Bucks pinned The Fallen Angel following a BTE Trigger. 

Following the loss and the dissolution of SCU, Christopher Daniels hinted at retirement on Twitter, simply writing: "That might be all."

If Wednesday was indeed Daniels' last match, it brings to an end a glittering 28-year career for The Fallen Angel, having secured titles across multiple promotions including IMPACT Wrestling, Ring Of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling.

The 51-year-old won't be departing professional wrestling altogether if he does retire, though, as he is heavily involved with talent relations in AEW.  

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