WWE: Daniel Bryan Not Getting Medically Cleared to Compete

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WWE: Daniel Bryan Not Getting Medically Cleared to Compete 

WWE: Daniel Bryan Not Getting Medically Cleared to Compete
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WWE fans might be worried about thinking about the health of Daniel Bryan after this week’s Smackdown. He returned to in-ring competition in just two-week notice just prior to the Wrestlemania 34 PPV.

At present, Bryan is the prime babyface present on the blue brand roster. But, there are some concerns about his status considering his long dealt problems with neck injuries.

This issue was raised even more after he missed this week’s episode of Smackdown Live.

It was noted on the show that Bryan is not medically cleared to compete, at this point. The reason for the absence is that he picked up some bruises from the Greatest Royal Rumble match on this past Friday night.

As seen from the fallouts of the WWE Network exclusive show, the former GM of Smackdown had some major scratches on his chest.

The current NXT superstar, Roderick Strong had a physical altercation with him. As a result, those nasty spots were out on his chest. This gives us some major uncertainties about his condition.

Even on Smackdown, it was noted that the doctors think that Daniel Bryan might pick up some infection from those bruises. This was why he was removed from the Montreal edition of Smackdown.

However, he was back in action just after the taped show was over.

A dream match took place for the fans in attendance at the Bell Center between Bryan and Shinsuke Nakamura. This confirms that he is 100 percent fit to compete.

So, his scheduled match at Backlash against Big Cass will also be intact.

Here’s how the match with Nakamura went by, (courtesy wrestlingINC.com)

“Bryan and Nakamura had a short but fun 7-10 minute match with a lot of submissions that the crowd was going crazy for and they chanted “Oui!”. The end of the match saw Bryan hitting Nakamura with his Yes! kicks, only for Nakamura to duck one of them and hit a low blow, which prompted the referee to ring the bell and rule the match for Bryan via disqualification.”

After the match, Nakamura came back for a Kinshasa, but Daniel Bryan sent him out of the ring with a running knee. He applauded the crowd for being so much vocal and finally closed the show.

With that being said, we definitely need not be worried about his condition. Rather, we should look forward to seeing him in action on this Sunday in Newark in New Jersey.

Also, Read: WWE: Update on Paige Becoming Smackdown General Manager

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