Bryan Danielson is coming off a couple of injuries in a row, and he is just recovering from a broken orbital bone. That being said, his match on AEW Collision was quite brutal this week, as Brody King took him to the limit.

Ringside News provided comprehensive play-by-play coverage of AEW Collision this week for the December 16th episode. The show was capped off with Bryan Danielson beating Brody King in a bloody match.

During that AEW Collision match on December 16th, Bryan Danielson’s eye patch was removed, and it was bloodied. That was not a smart move, and he revealed in a backstage interview afterward that Doc Samson yelled at Bryan over that as he spoke to the cameras.

“You guys usually catch me for these things when I’m medititaing. I wasn’t meditating. I was getting yelled at by Doc Samson. I know when I get back to the locker room, I’m gonna be getting yelled at by my wife. When I get home tomorrow, my daughter’s gonna see me and cry, and my son. he’s gonna say ‘ARRRRRR MATEY!!!’ and then he’s gonna try to hit me in the eye.”


Bryan Danielson laughed after speaking about his son, but the situation with his eye is serious. He gave his all in that match on AEW Collision. Only time will tell if it sets back his healing process any at this point?

Bryan Danielson rushed to make it back to the ring from that injury. He also wore a patch, because he helped him not feel dizzy in the ring. Needless to say, he may want to listen to his doctor and his wife at this point.

We will keep our eyes on Bryan Danielson, especially since he only has one eye at this time. For more on this story, and so many more, please keep checking back with us here at Ringside News.

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