AEW's Bryan Danielson plans to wrestle full-time for 3 more years
Bryan Danielson will spend the "climax" of his full-time in-ring career with All Elite Wrestling.
The American Dragon had spent the last 11 years with WWE but Danielson departed the sports entertainment company earlier this year and made his AEW debut on September 5 at All Out. Danielson will make his AEW in-ring debut tonight at Dynamite: Grand Slam in a dream match against Kenny Omega. Speaking ahead of the match with WFAN's 'Moose and Maggie', Danielson noted he plans to be a full-time wrestler for the next three years. "Proving things is focused on other people. I'm not interested in that so much. I feel like I've proven to everybody that I'm pretty good at what I do. I see these next three years as kind of my last three years as a full-time wrestler," Danielson revealed. "In my mind, it's not like this is 'Okay, I'm tapering off.' This is the climax -- this is the climax of my career is these next three years. And it starts with tomorrow." Danielson has also said he isn't a goal-orientated individual, but he would like to compete in New Japan Pro-Wrestling's G1 Climax before his career is over.
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