Daniel Bryan's top five moments in WWE

Joann Johnston
March 24, 2018

WWE superstar and Aberdeen native Daniel Bryan has been medically cleared to return to professional wrestling, after two years of retirement. There is a belief that if other wrestlers on the roster were subjected to the same examinations as Bryan, they would produce similar results since there are plenty of wrestlers working full-time who have suffered a half-dozen or more concussions over their careers.

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.

He was informed that the lesion in his brain was a very vague complication and his decision to retire was premature.

Cantu evaluated Bryan's medical records in February and said he found no sign of concussion-related injuries that would prevent a ring return.

The unlikely comeback story of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) favorite Daniel Bryan shook the grappling world this week.

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Hogan's historic body of work while competing in the WWE has been brought up more within the company during airings of classic WrestleMania moments.

On Tuesday, Bryan announced his return in a great promo to open SmackDown, and by the end of the show he was clearly back, taking bumps and dealing out offense to Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.

"I'm a storyteller, my friend, and that's what we do in WWE".

PWInsider also noted that Hogan could potentially reprise his role as WWE Ambassador, rather than an on-air performer. The "Notorious" one is brash and arrogant when he wants to be, but the public usually doesn't see the good deeds that he does.

F4WOnline.com is now reporting Hulk Hogan is scheduled to appear at the Los Angeles premiere of the new HBO and WWE Studios movie "Andre the Giant".

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