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Bryan Danielson Gives Injury Update Ahead of AEW Double or Nothing, Surgery May Be Neede

One Big Thing

Bryan Danielson is reportedly working through a severe neck injury suffered during his match with Will Ospreay at AEW Dynasty last month. Despite this, he is still set to compete in the Anarchy in the Arena match at Double or Nothing next week.

Key Details

  • Danielson hurt his neck badly in the match against Ospreay
  • He experienced shooting pains down his arm after taking a storm driver
  • MRIs revealed nerve root compression at C6, C7, and C7, T1
  • A doctor told him that he will need to have surgery “pretty soon”
  • Danielson plans to hold out as long as he maintains strength in his right hand

Why It Matters

Bryan Danielson is one of AEW’s top stars and his absence due to injury would be a significant blow to the company. His determination to compete despite the injury showcases his passion for wrestling and dedication to the fans. However, it also raises concerns about the long-term effects on his health and career.

Danielson’s Exact Words

“No, I hurt my neck real bad. Then I’m wrestling Will Ospreay. I go to give him a Frankensteiner off the top rope. I’ve never had this happen to me. Dude lands right on his feet. I go straight down on my head, and then later in the match, right before he pins me, he hits me with a storm driver. I got shooting pains down my arm. I’m at home and I have to go get MRIs. I have a compression of the nerve root at C6, C7, and C7, T1. I’ve got this shooting pain that’s running down my arm that won’t go away. The doctor is telling me that pretty soon I’m going to have to have surgery.”

Do you think Bryan Danielson should prioritize his health and undergo surgery, or continue to compete despite the injury? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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