Since his injury Daniel Bryan is appearing at backstage only for promotional activities and we have not heard from him directly for quite a long time now as his fans are eager to know about his career and future. Well, the superstar came in front of the media twice last week and dropped some hint as he talked about his future in WWE and his wife.
Last week Bryan appeared on E! News alongside Brie Bella to promote their reality TV Series Total Divas as the season 5 is coming your way in January. While talking about babies, they said they are so ready, but the only thing that is preventing them is their tight schedule in recent times.
Unlike her sister Nikki Bella who is even unable to convince her boyfriend John Cena for an engagement Brie has managed to settle down in her domestic life and it’s quite obvious that she is willing to carry it further with a baby as her career is slowing down with the new Divas coming on the line and we have seen these planning several times in Total Divas previously. You can watch the clip here:
Later when Bryan was in Singapore, he talked with The New Paper and about the following topics:
About Brie Bella:
Bryan is quite possessive when it comes to his wife Brie, a former model and current WWE Diva and his quote is as follows:
“There are certain frustrations that come with our job that can be hard to explain to people. So being there for somebody and to truly know and understand the frustrations is one of the things that have really brought us closer.”
His injuries and future:
It was earlier published that Bryan was cleared by his own doctor to compete in a ring but since he had surgery on his neck already for three times, WWE medical personnel and Vince Mcmohan will not allow him to compete in the ring and since Wrestlemania 30, his career was marred by these uncertainties. So here is his concluding statement:
“I think it could be the end of my career in WWE, but I don’t think it will be the end of my career. I could find another passion, but it would just be sad because this is what I have been most passionate about since I was five.”
As a fan, it’s quite sad to see the “Yes” movement stopping like this without even getting one last chance.