AEW put a lot of faith in Bryan Danielson to deliver every time he’s in the ring. Sadly, he hasn’t been available for Tony Khan much in recent memory due to one injury after another. A recent cryptic message from the former leader of the Yes Movement certainly piqued fans’ interest.

Bryan Danielson recently conveyed a message emphasizing the challenges of doing the right thing. This came at a very interesting time, as he recovers in rapid fashion from an orbital bone injury.

Bryan Danielson logged onto X to share a valuable life lesson imparted by his late father. Danielson hasn’t competed since the October 25th Dynamite episode, where he and Claudio Castagnoli secured a victory over Orange Cassidy and NJPW’s Kazuchika Okada. He is gearing up for his imminent return for the Continental Classic.

My dad always told me, “The right thing is often the hardest thing to do.”


It won’t always make the most money.

It won’t always be the most popular.

But it’s still the right thing.

Bryan Danielson capped off his message with #AEW and a heart emoji. We have to wonder what the cause of this post was, because the timing is quite interesting with everything going on in the pro wrestling world.

Bryan Danielson is preparing to participate in the AEW Continental Classic round-robin tournament. On the December 2 Collision episode, he is slated to square off against Eddie Kingston in a Blue League block match.

Kingston previously competed in the tournament, facing defeat against Brody King on the November 25 broadcast. The victor of the tournament will earn the distinction of being recognized as a Triple Crown Champion, holding the ROH World, NJPW STRONG Openweight, and AEW Continental titles.

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