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Daniel Bryan to Return at WWE European Tour?; Full Schedule of Dates Released

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Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan has been sidelined by injury and may have to undergo Tommy John surgery which could keep him out of action for 3 more months.

Bryan’s last in-ring action came when he defeated “The Demon” Kane in the main event of the Extreme Rules Pay-Per-View in May.

However his name is listed as superstars who are scheduled to appear on the WWE European tour, but all events are subject to change and the WWE maybe just keeping a positive attitude towards Bryan’s recovery rate.

The following matches are advertised for the tour.

– John Cena vs. Seth Rollins
– Big Show vs. Rusev

– Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns
– Kane vs. Dean Ambrose

WWE European Tour Dates:

– Wednesday 11/5 – London, UK at Wembley Arena
– Thursday 11/6 – Cardiff, Wales at Motorpoint Arena
– Thursday 11/6 – Dublin, Ireland at the O2 Arena
– Friday 11/7 in Birmingham, UK at LG Arena
– Friday 11/7 in Belfast, Northern Ireland at Odyssey Arena
– Saturday 11/8 in Manchester, UK at the Phones 4g Arena
– Saturday 11/8 in Minehead, UK at the Butlins Arena
– Sunday 11/9 in Nottingham, UK at the Capital FM Arena
– Sunday 11/9 in Leeds, UK at the Leeds Arena
– Monday 11/10 Raw taping in Liverpool, UK at the Echo Arena
– Monday 11/10 in Bournemouth, UK at the Bournemouth International Centre
– Tuesday 11/11 Smackdown taping in Liverpool, UK at the Echo Arena
– Tuesday 11/11 in Brighton, UK at the Brighton Centre
– Wednesday 11/12 in Paris, France at the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy
– Wednesday 11/12 in Newcastle, UK at the Metro Radio Arena
– Thursday 11/13 in Madrid, Spain at the Palacio Vistalegre
– Thursday 11/13 in Glasgow, Scotland at the Hydro
– Friday 11/14 in Milan, Italy at the Mediolanum Forum
– Friday 11/14 in Braunschweigh, Germany at the Volkswagen Halle
– Saturday 11/15 in Boizano, Italy at the Boizano Palanoda
– Saturday 11/15 in Frankfurt, Germany at the Festhalle

It looks like the WWE is either ending the Rollins v Ambrose rivalry or at least putting it on hold.

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