Report: Bryan Danielson To Debut At AEW All Out

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With many signs pointing toward Bryan Danielson imminently debuting in All Elite Wrestling, the latest from Cassidy Haynes of Bodyslam.net has the famed "American Dragon" debuting at All Out on Sunday, September 5 in Chicago.

An earlier report had Danielson debuting at the Arthur Ashe Stadium show in New York City on Wednesday, September 22. However, Haynes' now claims that AEW made the decision to move Danielson's debut up a full 17 days. 

Haynes wrote, "I was also told that the decision was made after concern continued to grow internally over COVID-19, as mandates and restrictions have tightened in New York. So unless they decide to push the debut even further to TNT, it looks as though Danielson’s debut is a lock for Chicago."

Danielson reportedly signed with AEW all the way back in July, per Haynes. The deal is said to include a lighter schedule, the opportunity to work in Japan, and creative input.

CM Punk gave the latest hint toward Danielson coming aboard. He acknowledged the crowd's "YES" chants on this past Wednesday's Dynamite, telling the fans they may need to be "a little more patient" when it comes to chanting that word.

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