Bryan Danielson undeniably ranks among the top professional wrestlers globally, and his time in AEW has solidified his reputation as one of the best. Since joining in 2021, he’s showcased his skills, proving his worth in the promotion. Recently, he has disclosed his post-retirement plans.

During a recent interview with KLAX ABC 31 in Vancouver, Danielson expressed his excitement about becoming more active in his community and involved in his children’s school system once he retires from full-time wrestling.

Danielson gave emphasis to the multitude of avenues available in life and the various interesting and enjoyable activities one can pursue. Danielson highlighted his desire to prioritize service to his community and involvement in his children’s education system. He sees these areas as opportunities to make a positive impact and contribute meaningfully to the lives of others.

“Yeah, I mean, it’ll be fun to experiment with it. There’s so many avenues that you can take in this life. There’s so many interesting fun things to do, right? One of the things that I’m really putting a priority on is how can I be of service, right? How can I be of service to my community? How can I be of service within my children’s school system, and that sort of thing and so those are the things that I’m really excited to focus on when I’m done doing this.”


Bryan Danielson has also revealed where he plans to have his final match. We’ll have to wait and see when The American Dragon will truly hang up his pro wrestling boots for good.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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