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 Tony Khan loved Bryan Danielson vs Adam Page.

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.

While speaking with PWInsider, AEW President Tony talked about Bryan Danielson vs Adam Page. Khan stated that the match was a masterpiece and explained how it has built to the upcoming rematch between the two as well.

“Well, there are a lot of things we could have potentially done in that situation. I guess there’s infinite possibilities, but that is what we were going to do and it was a masterpiece.  I’m so pleased with that match. I’m thrilled that the fans enjoyed it. I was absolutely thrilled that the ratings built as the match went on and the peak of the match and such a great rating for the show, for the final quarter of the match, especially. 

It was just absolutely a big success for us and now it builds to a rematch on such an important stage. This is a huge night for us, the debut on TBS. So the next few weeks are really important, and absolutely that match was something we needed to get right and I think we definitely did. People were looking forward to that match.

And for Hangman, it was important for him to go out and have a great debut as champion. I think people were wondering if Hangman’s going to be a one-match champ, the answer is no, but he is going to go back now and wrestle that same opponent and I said, ‘What’s going to happen?’

After the one-hour bout, I don’t think anybody knows what to expect, which is exactly how we want it. I think it was just a perfect result and assuming that both men were going to be able to last to 60 minutes and give us a great match. And I thought this was the perfect thing to do. Now that they’ve been through it and they put on that great match, I think there’s no question it was the right thing to do.”

We will have to wait and see whether Bryan Danielson will be able to defeat Adam Page during their rematch on the debut episode of AEW Dynamite on TBS on January 5th, 2022.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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