Bryan Danielson is a very intelligent man, but that doesn’t mean he is without controversial opinions. It seems that he might have subscribed to Andrew Tate’s school, because The American Dragon seems to share the opinion that men are better.
Bryan Danielson and his wife, Brie Bella, appeared on Unconsciously Coupled. Of course, Bell is now Brie Garcia after the Bella Twins left WWE. Now they are the Garcia Twins and starting that media round to get their new name out there.
During their conversation as a couple, Bryan Danielson opened up about their sleep schedules. It seems that he has a good reason for his preferred sleep pattern.
“I love going to sleep by 8:15. I want to be asleep by 8:15. I feel like, especially this time of year, it’s easier because it gets dark so early. I’ve never drank in my life. I’ve never associated night time with fun time. I’ve always associated daytime with fun things. During the day, you can go hiking. You can do this or that. Night time, what’s there to do at night time? I guess, watch TV. I don’t really watch shows.”
Bryan Danielson went on to say that Brie Garcia then noted that she watches television while her husband snoozes. It doesn’t seem to bother him that he’s missing out on that television consumption.
“She watches, right next to me, her show, on full blast. What I do, when I want to go to sleep or read or whatever, I put on headphones. I put on an eye mask. I go out of my way to make her life more convenient. How easy would it be for her to put on headphones, because she’s watching it on her iPad anyway, how easy would it be for her to put on headphones? It’s not on the TV.”
After having a good laugh about things, Bryan Danielson then pitched the idea that he is going to write a book. This book would have a very interesting title, because it would focus on how men are better than women.
“I want to write this book. It’s called, Why Men Are The Best: The History Of The Stronger, Faster, Smarter, Overall Better Sex. I say it, jokingly, because everyone who knows me and knows us, she’s the one on the bed watching her shows with no headphones, and I’m just the one trying to sleep, and I have my headphones on, but she’s the one who runs the show.”
This book from Bryan Danielson might sell very well, but his fan base might not appreciate the sentiment. It would still be quite interesting to see him pen something down about his thoughts on the matter. Perhaps we’ll get to see some kind of written accomplishments from the former WWE Champion eventually.
What’s your take on this situation? Would you buy and read Bryan Danielson’s book? Are men better than women? Sound off in the comments and let us know what’s on your mind!