Bryan Danielson is nearing the end of his full-time wrestling career, but he’s not counting out a future in the ring, even when he’s pushing 74!

As we previously spilled the beans, Bryan Danielson is currently in the midst of his farewell tour as full-time wrestler. He made a triumphant return to the squared circle on the December 2 episode of AEW Collision and is currently tearing it up in the AEW Continental Classic.

During an exclusive chat with Maggie & Perloff, the legendary Ric Flair made an appearance in the conversation, prompting the big question: Could Bryan Danielson see himself performing in the ring at the ripe age of 74?

With a mischievous glint in his eye, Bryan Danielson responded, “I could totally see myself out there. When I say this is my last year as a full-time wrestler, I don’t mean I’ll ever truly hang up my boots. I think Ric Flair shares the same sentiment. It’s an absolutely incredible experience every time you step into that ring.


“I’m getting to a point where I realize my body’s taking a beating, and I can’t maintain that full-time pace like I used to. But I’ll always yearn to be out there occasionally and just do what I love. Wrestling is one of my life’s biggest passions; it’s what keeps me alive. So yeah, you might catch me at 74, still throwing down in that ring, like ‘Come on!’ winks and laughs.”

Exciting news for fans – Bryan Danielson is set to grace our screens once again on the December 9 episode of AEW Collision. Be sure to stay glued to Ringside News for all the electrifying coverage as it goes down this Saturday night!

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Steve Carrier

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