Speculation On Daniel Bryan Possibly Making Surprise Return At WWE Money In The Bank

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There’s been speculation that Daniel Bryan could make a surprise return and be a last minute addition to the Money In the Bank ladder match later this year.

Word is that Bryan making a surprise return at the pay-per-view is highly unlikely and would mean that WWE is working top-level people in the company in regards to his injury.

Bryan’s condition wasn’t good a few days ago and he’s not healing as quickly as expected.

(Source: F4Wonline.com)

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  • Paul Petitfrere

    It’s not gonna happen. Why do you think The Authority stripped him of the title in the first place ?

  • Glen Mogelefsky

    daniel brian is going to interfere and disqualification in title match so it sets up for summerslam

    • Monkey D. Luffy

      ..makes perfect sense.

    • Jason

      ..There is no disqualifications in ladder matches.. the only way to win is by climbing and clamming the belts.. if daniel bryan even climbs that ladder and clams the belts he wont be champion because he wasnt involved. and to have a spot like this where the belts are vacated again like it was between orton and bryan last year gets old. and no one wants to see this shit happen again. You lose allot of viewers that way. besides, neck injuries are nothing to fuck with. allot of people has lost their careers because of this, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Edge..just to name afew. if daniel bryan wants to push it, he will have his early retirement. just like the rest

  • Monkey D. Luffy

    If Bryan ever returns, i can totally see him losing a lot of his moves, such as the flying headbutt or the suicide dive.

  • mac888

    I thing Bryan is one of the great wrestlers I have ever seen, but he doesn’t move the needle so to speak. He doesn’t increase ratings or attendance- his biggest asset is the ability to connect with the casual fans who just want to throw their hands in the air and chant “yes” over and over. That doesn’t make them any money so WWE is actually fine without him, one could argue he was over way too much anyway.