Daniel Bryan Has Been Cleared To Wrestle Again In The WWE; Will He Be At WrestleMania 34?

Fans of WWE will be very happy to hear that Daniel Bryan has been cleared to wrestle again.

This is great news considering it was initially thought he was unable to wrestle back when he retired from injuries a few years ago.

WWE issued out a press release announcing the great news that Daniel Bryan is able to compete again inside of a WWE ring.

Many of Bryan's doctors, surgeons and other experts have cleared him so we might see him get active sooner rather than later.

To play things safe however, WWE is expected to put him on a limited wrestling schedule for now.

It could be similar to Kurt Angle where he only wrestles part-time during special occasions and doesn't wrestle full time like most of the main roster does.

It is also believed that Bryan will be staying in the WWE after his contract expires this September.

It was initially thought that Bryan might have left WWE in September in order to wrestle elsewhere such as in New Japan or ROH.

Daniel Bryan made an announcement on his official Twitter page about coming back to the ring. You can read what he had to say down below. 

"Saying goodbye to the ring was one of the hardest moments of my life. But thanks to the amazing people supporting me, I was able to keep fighting for my dream. This moment feels surreal and I'm glad to be able to talk to you all at the beginning of #SDLive tonight."

It's highly expected that Daniel Bryan will team up with Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 34 to face up against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. We should hear an announcement on that match later tonight when Smackdown Live airs. 

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