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Daniel Bryan To Go Into Quarantine After WWE WrestleMania 36

Hopefully Drew Gulak has created a training regime for him...

While the coronavirus pandemic has caused major disruption to WWE TV, Daniel Bryan has been ever-present on Friday Night SmackDown as he and Drew Gulak work together to make him the best version of The American Dragon he can possibly be.

The former WWE Champion is seemingly set to face Sami Zayn in some capacity for the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 36, as the two Superstars have been intertwined since the March 13 episode of SmackDown.

The leader of the Yes! Movement is set for a turbulent period after The Showcase Of The Immortals, however, as his wife Brie Bella revealed on The Bellas Podcast that he will go into quarantine at a hotel close to their home to make sure he doesn't have coronavirus. 

The future WWE Hall Of Famer also said she was losing sleep over her husband being in Orlando because he has an autoimmune disease and was often sick as a child which will make it more difficult for him to fight off the virus if he does contract COVID-19.

Brie said: "My husband's still working and he's in Orlando right now and granted, he's working, he has a job, but it makes me really nervous. My husband has an autoimmune disease, he also fought asthma really bad when he was young. He was always sick when he was a kid and I'll admit, I lost sleep last night. I was kind of like ‘uh, I'm grateful my husband is still employed but at the same time, I'm really scared he’s just out there.'"

She later added: "I feel bad because he's over there, and when he comes home we're going to have him be put up in a hotel and our naturopath Dr. Jane, he's kind of going to work with Bryan to see if we see symptoms before he comes home to Bird and I, and that could be weeks."

   

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