AEW had to change up a lot of plans when CM Punk was released. Collision might see a new direction, and it appears that Bryan Danielson will be a part of that as well.

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During the press conference after AEW All Out, Bryan Danielson went into the discussion about that is next for his career. He said his daughter wants him to retire by the time she’s seven, although his son loves watching his daddy get beat up in the ring.

Tony Khan then dropped a very interesting little hint about Bryan Danielson’s future in AEW. He said that Saturdays might open up for Danielson, because that seems to work better for him at home. Danielson seemed to agree to this.


It is very likely that AEW will shift Bryan Danielson to their Collision roster. Then again, after CM Punk’s release, that brand split isn’t a real issue. After all, the soft roster split was really initiated due to CM Punk’s preferences of who he wanted to work with.

Bryan Danielson replaced CM Punk at All Out, as the Second City Savior was initially supposed to battle Ricky Starks in Chicago. It will be interesting to see if Bryan replaces Punk on Collision as well.

What’s your take on Bryan Danielson stepping up like this in AEW? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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