Pac Says Daniel Bryan Came Back At The Exact Right Time

Pac Says Daniel Bryan Came Back At The Exact Right Time

On Smackdown Live, Daniel Bryan kicked off the show by addressing the news in front of a jubilant crowd.

In case you didn't know.


WWE announced Tuesday that Bryan had received medical clearance to continue wrestling after he had retired for health reasons in February 2016. After approaching WWE's medical staff to see what he could do to get cleared, they referred him to several specialists across the country to go see and be evaluated.

Cantu is also one of the foremost experts in chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a brain disease that has been found in athletes and army veterans who are at risk of repeat head trauma. However, symptoms of CTE can be diagnosed in the living, including depression, aggressive behavior and dementia. Neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Cantu is a leading expert in concussions who consults with teams across the National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA) and National Hockey League (NHL).

"Included in his medical records were multiple evaluations by renowned concussion clinicians", Cantu told Newsweek's Tufayel Ahmed.

Skiers jumping from lift as it malfunctions
The breakdown occurred at the ski resort Gudauri . "Many did not manage to jump off and were thrown out from the impact". One person who failed to get off is slammed into the side of the lift support as the chair turns the corner.

WWE fired him to avoid a PR disaster, although now it looks like the two sides are finally talking to one another again.

Despite being able to still be on TV, Bryan never gave up home that he would one day return to the ring as a competitor.

It is my medical opinion that there is no absolute contraindication to his return to in-ring action in WWE.

This bit from The Observer is hopeful as well, as it clarifies that Bryan is going to be an actual regular pro wrestler again, and not just a guy who pops in for a match or two a year like Shane McMahon or Triple H.

Will we see Daniel Bryan next week, and will he return at WrestleMania for his first match since 2015? I can't wait to see Bryan competing again - especially after Tuesday.