Prior to signing with the WWE as part of the first season of NXT back in 2010, Daniel Bryan used to wrestle in independent circuits around the globe. Primarily, he earned a name for himself in the Ring of Honour promotions. Plus, he also rose to the occasions while being under contract with the New Japan Pro-wrestling in Japan.

Going by the recent reports that day is not far behind when the Smackdown General Manager will be heading towards his roots, once again. His WWE contract will be over in 2018 around Wrestlemania 34 season. He is not willing to renew the contract since the company would not allow him to wrestle anymore.

But, pro-wrestling is the first love of wrestler like Daniel Bryan who is said to be one of the very best in the modern era. If anybody in the WWE Universe gets the biggest pop, it’s undoubtedly him. Despite not being an active wrestler anymore, the crowd just burst out everytime his music hits the arena. So, Bryan is not planning to quit wrestling, anytime soon as per the demand of the fans.

His recent activities also suggest the same. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, he clarified that how much he is keeping himself fit for an in-ring return. Plus, he congratulated to the current Ring of Honor World champion with a warning message to come after him.

In case you don’t know, former WWE superstar, Cody Rhodes has won the World Championship in the Ring of Honour promotion during the latest “Best in the World” PPV of the promotion. Bryan took his twitter handle mentioning that if Cody goes ahead to have a reign of 462 days (This is the number of days that Daniel Bryan once held the ROH World title) then he might come after him to challenge for the title.

Later, the leader of the YES movement clarified that he was kidding with Cody and got no intention of going after Cody. But, the current scenario does suggest that Bryan is eager to leave the WWE as early as possible. He loves to wrestle and willing to lace up his boots once again, anywhere in the world.

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