Bryan Danielson’s accolades as a professional wrestler certainly need no introduction as they proved to be one of the best in the business. He spent several years working in WWE as one of their top stars and towards the end of his run, Bryan Danielson was even part of WWE Creative. it seems he was not a fan of his schedule towards the end of his WWE run.
Danielson previously admitted that he felt an odd detachment from WWE despite being in the main event of WrestleMania 37 earlier this year. There was a good reason for that as well.
The former WWE Champion had a terrific run in Vince McMahon’s company where he went on to become one of the most beloved babyfaces in the company’s history and won several world titles during his time there.
While speaking to TV Insider, Bryan Danielson talked about his current working schedule in WWE. He also revealed that he did not appreciate his schedule towards the end of his WWE run.
There wasn’t necessarily a plan to wrestle each week. I’m a firm believer that too much time between matches makes matches hurt more. For me, the optimal number of matches is eight to 10 a month. That’s what I realized in WWE. In my last contract with WWE, I got a lighter schedule to be at home more. It was really limited to 10 shows a month. I don’t want to wrestle 227 matches a year, but I find wrestling every week makes my body feel better. I’m prepped better for longer and bigger matches. I look forward to wrestling every week.
Bryan Danielson also recently revealed that he never considered signing with WWE as cashing out. Danielson is more than happy to work at the rate he is going and that is what matters in the end.
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