Adam Cole has credited fellow AEW wrestler Bryan Danielson for helping him during his recovery from post-concussion syndrome. Cole had feared he would never wrestle again, but he returned to the ring in March, having received help and advice from Danielson along the way.

Cole recently spoke to “Good Karma Wrestling” about his recovery process and revealed Bryan Danielson was there to help him out.

“Bryan Danielson absolutely was one of [the people] who were incredibly helpful. He understood in a lot of ways what I was going through, and he reached out, which I thought was so kind and so thoughtful of him.”

Danielson has a history of concussion and neck issues and was able to provide Cole with valuable advice and resources during his recovery. Cole’s real-life partner, Britt Baker, also provided emotional support during this time.


Cole made his official AEW in-ring return in March, announcing on “AEW Dynamite” that he had been medically cleared to return to action. His journey back to the ring was later documented on AEW’s reality television show, “AEW: All Access.”

Since returning to the ring, Cole has expressed his desire to make this next run the best one of his career. However, as of this writing, he has only competed in one match, a victory over Daniel Garcia.

What do you think about the support and guidance that Bryan Danielson provided to Adam Cole during his recovery from post-concussion syndrome? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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