Bryan Danielson is a household name in the world of professional wrestling right now. He spent several years honing his craft in various pro wrestling promotions all over the world before making his way to WWE. It seems Danielson also opened up about time limit draws in AEW.
At AEW Dynamite Winter is coming, Bryan Danielson challenged Adam Page for the AEW World Championship in what was nothing less than an instant classic between the two competitors.
Both of them gave it their all in order to come out with the win. Ultimately, the match ended in a 60 minute time limit draw, due to which Adam Page retained his AEW World Championship.
This isn’t the only time limit draw Bryan Danielson was part of, as he squared off against Kenny Omega in a 30-minute draw back at AEW Grand Slam back in September.
“If you would have told me at the beginning of the year that I would do a 60-minute match on television, I would have been like, ‘Where’s that happening?’” So I’ve had some really cool surprises this year.
It’s just a story device, right? And it’s interesting to me in the sense of in sporting events, and especially when you’re looking at MMA or boxing and the idea that there are draws in boxing and there are draws in MMA … Usually what it does is it’s a mechanism to lead to a rematch.”
We will have to wait and see when Bryan Danielson and Adam Page will have a rematch again as fans can’t wait to see them Duke it out again.
h/t to Fightful for the quotes
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