Daniel Bryan has a lot of advice that he can provide to help out the next generation of pro wrestlers. This is something he loves to do as he ensures the future generation has the knowledge that was passed down to him.

Talksport recently spoke to Daniel Bryan where he revealed how much William Regal was there for him as a teacher. Bryan wants to mentor other younger Superstars as well to provide a different perspective.

“William Regal has been my mentor in wrestling for years and one of the things he has told me is that being a mentor to a handful of people has been more rewarding than the actual wrestling. He said don’t get me wrong, he loved the wrestling part and wishes he could still do it, but being a mentor is very fulfilling. So yeah, there is something to that, the idea of helping people and from a human perspective we all want that. For a long time, when you’re young you’re like ‘I want to achieve this, I want to achieve this!’ but as you get older it’s ‘I want to help here, I want to help here’ and it’s just a different perspective.”

Daniel Bryan recently addressed the amount of creative pull he has backstage. He is currently a writer on the SmackDown brand and never wants to truly retire from the ring. We’ll have to see what’s in Bryan’s future, but he obviously isn’t losing his passion for pro wrestling.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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