Bryan Danielson is certainly one of the most accomplished names in the world of professional wrestling right now. He spent several years in promotions all around the world, including NOAH, ROH and numerous independent promotions. It seems he admitted AEW isn’t perfect.

Danielson has been performing at an incredible level ever since he made his debut in AEW last year. He has had excellent matches against the likes of Kenny Omega, Minoru Suzuki, Adam Page and others.

Bryan Danielson’s stock continues to rise with every match he has in AEW and that won’t be stopping anytime soon. While speaking on Throwing Down with Renee Paquette and Ryan McKinnell, Bryan Danielson talked about possibly working together with Jon Moxley.

Danielson then admitted that AEW is not perfect the way he wanted it to be as he feels quite a few younger talents in AEW need to learn how to properly wrestle.

“These kids today need to learn how to properly wrestle. That’s my deal. AEW is great. It’s not perfect in the way that I would like it to be and I’m sure in the way Jon would like it to be. There’s a little too much fooling around. Jon and I, we don’t wrestle the same style, but we wrestle with the same seriousness. That’s what I think we bring to the table and teaching that to the younger generation.

Someone like Sammy Guevara. His big thing is he has this vlog, which I didn’t even understand what a vlog was. It sounds like something to do with poop. He tried to get me on his vlog and I’m like, ‘Okay, whatever man,’ but he focuses so much on his vlog and all this other stuff as opposed to beating the beating the crap out of somebody, which me and [Jon] do quite well. I’d like to think that Jon is more a brutalist style of violence while I’m more like the poet laureate style of violence. It’s eloquent.”

It remains to be seen whether Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley will end up feuding in time for AEW Revolution or not as fans are certainly invested in their storyline right now.

h/t to Fightful for the quotes

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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