Johnny Gargano became one of wrestling’s most prized free agents after his WWE contract expired. Johnny Wrestling told fans that he will come where the people ask for him as he sets out on his independent journey. He’s been staying in touch with fans via his new Twitch stream in the meantime.

Every wrestler that leaves WWE eventually has their name tied to All Elite Wrestling. It’s the number two company in the world. They also produce some of the best in-ring action anywhere.

Gargano is not ignorant to that fact. In his most recent Twitch stream, Johnny talked about the match between Adam Page and Bryan Danielson for the AEW World Championship on this week’s Dynamite. He said he would love to get into the ring with The American Dragon.

“I did [watch the match]. It was fantastic. They’re both amazingly talented. I wrestled Bryan twice on the indies both times for AIW in Cleveland. I’ve said time and time again that he’s the best wrestler in the world. I know I say a lot of people are one of the wrestlers in the world. I truly believe Bryan is the best wrestler in the world. For my personal opinion just because I have been in the ring with him so I kind of know from experience, but I don’t know how to explain it or say why he’s the best wrestler in the world.

You just got to be in there with him and you just know, you just know. Bryan is the best. It’s a shame that we never got a chance to – we haven’t tangled in the last couple of years but hopefully at some point down the line that can happen.”

Johnny Gargano told his fans if they chant his name, he will come. There are sure to be at least some who want to see Gargano wrestle in AEW. If he keeps true to his promise and Tony Khan is interested, fans could see a match between Bryan Danielson and Johnny Gargano sooner than they think,

Would you like to see Johnny Gargano vs Bryan Danielson in AEW? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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