Bryan Danielson talks about his recent contract with AEW. He sat down for an interview on Busted Open Radio and talked about many things. His fans have been curious to know more about his upcoming plans. They also want to know what he expects from the company. No doubt it is the peak of his career so whatever he decides is up to him. If you want to read his full interview keep reading the post below:
Bryan Danielson on his contract with AEW
All the wrestling fans will be in for a good surprise. Bryan has recently signed up with AEW for three years in a row. There is a lot on his plate and he is booked for a long time to come. Here is what he has to say:
“So, I signed a three-year contract with AEW and I consider these like my final years as a full-time wrestler. But also not just like, okay, this is me just winding down. This is to me, this is the peak,” Bryan reveals. “This is going to be the best that I am ever going to be and ending my full-time career at that, ending it as the best version of myself.”
Bryan is the former Ring of Honor star and he hopes they will be back with a bang. He will love to see them get back on track so a lot of wrestling stars can gain from it. Here is what he continues to say:
“What I hope is that they will come back with a reinvigoration kind of, with a plan and come back and be awesome. The more awesome wrestling company’s there are the better it is for everybody,” he stated. “That’s one of the things that has been great now. AEW has been great for wrestling fans, but it has also been great for wrestlers.”
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WWE focusing on new talent
Bryan Danielson got the chance to reveal his thoughts about the Ring of Honor hiatus. The company is currently going through an important phase. Their focus is to get the best of talent and a lot of work is required to do so. Here is what Bryan has to say:
“I was just sad. I guess what the hard part with all of it is, I think of is the people with the jobs. They’re not going to do the full-time contracts or anything like that anymore. This is coming in a year when we’ve still got the pandemic going on,” he added. “We’ve got a lot of people being cut from the WWE side. There’s not a ton of full-time jobs out there.
“People sign these contracts and they buy houses on these contracts, they think its guaranteed money. Where that really hits hard for me is I was fired twice by WWE. It’s funny because both times I was fired shortly after buying a new car,” he revealed. “You have to think, none of these are nice cars and they’re used cars. But in both of them, I wasn’t able to pay it off in full. The first time especially in 2001 when I got fired I had a $350-a-month car payment’’.