WWE Champion Daniel Bryan Announces Retirement From Wrestling

Daniel Bryan quits wrestling owing to his brain injuries.

Bryan's declaration that he would be resigning from RAW has stunned the world similarly that previous WWE star Edge's astonishing retirement astounded everybody in 2011. It simply isn't reasonable to Bryan that an apparently in-his-prime hotshot can be enlivening millions one day and after that be compelled to resign next.

WWE Champion Daniel Bryan

Be that as it may, now we know the awful motivation behind why the WWE wouldn't clear him. In spite of the fact that Bryan had stayed determined about needing to get back in the ring and has even been given the green light by numerous non-WWE specialists to wrestle once more, the WWE had stayed enduring in its craving to keep Bryan on the sidelines, maybe an aftereffect of late advancements in continuous blackout related claims that the organization is presently confronting. 

Through it all, Bryan made it clear that regardless of the fact that he's wrestled his last WWE match, he would proceed with his in-ring profession somewhere else once his WWE days are over. Tragically, it gives the idea that Bryan has achieved a point where he sees the written work on the divider and understands that wrestling anyplace is no more an alternative.

Bryan took to Twitter on Monday to announce that he will officially retire on tonight’s episode of Monday Night Raw:

Due to medical reasons, effective immediately, I am announcing my retirement. Tonight on Raw, I'll have a chance to elaborate.#gratitude

Before joining WWE, Danielson wrestled for different organizations utilizing both his genuine name and the ring name (and later epithet) "American Dragon".He wrestled for Ring of Honor (ROH) from 2002 to 2009, being perceived as an "Founding Father" of the advancement, where he was a one-time ROH World Champion, too the last Pure Wrestling Champion (binding together the Pure title with the World title). He was the main victor of ROH's yearly Survival of the Fittest competition in 2004. Alongside CM Punk and Seth Rollins, Danielson is one of three men to have won both the WWE World Heavyweight and ROH World Championships.

Danielson additionally wrestled broadly in Japan, winning the GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship in Pro Wrestling (NOAH) and the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship (with Curry Man) in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). Between WWE, ROH, and Japan, he has held 11 downright titles, including five world titles. Danielson has likewise won two PWG World Championships, the FIP Heavyweight Championship, and the wXw World Heavyweight Championship. 

On February 8, 2016, he declared his retirement from expert wrestling because of medical reasons.

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