Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion and perenniel fan favorite Daniel Bryan could be returning to live action in a little over a month’s period of time.
Daniel Bryan is being advertised for the WWE European Live Events in November. As of this writing there is no indication on what role he will be involved in at the events, or if he will be in action.
Daniel Bryan’s status has been unknown ever since he suffered a concussion, however with WWE advertising him this could be a good sign for Bryan.
Daniel won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship by defeating Randy Orton and Batista in the main event of Wrestlemania 30 in New Orleans. He was only able to defend the title once, against The Demon Kane at the Extreme Rules Pay-Per-View. Then he relinquished the belt so that he could take some time off due to a lingering injury. Bryan returned at the next year’s Royal Rumble where he was surprisingly eliminated very fast by Bray Wyatt even though Roman Reigns would go on to win.
However he would go on to Wrestlemania 31 and win the WWE Intercontinental Championship in a ladder match however yet again an injury forced him to relinquish his title.
Between the first injury and the second many doctors informed Bryan to change his quick pace style but he didn’t exactly listen. In July Bryan stated that his last injury was concussion related and he was only waiting on the WWE to give him the go-ahead to continue wrestling.
Whether or not the WWE mistakingly had Daniel on the poster is unknown as of this time but when an update is made SciFighting will update as well.