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Daniel Bryan
Bryan Danielson
  • Birthdate: 05/22/1981 (age 33)
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 210lb

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Jim Ross has posted a new blog entry, here are the highlights…

On Sting's 7-14-14 Tweet: "Lots of @Sting speculation as to what 7-14-14 means but to spill the beans, if I knew, would be to spoil a cool surprise. Needless to say, I'd suggest, without leading anyone astray, that watching RAW Monday night would be judicious."

On Daniel Bryan's Status: "Not sure what to believe or not to believe regarding the physical status of Daniel Bryan but most of what I'm reading isn't positive. Often times a surgery will reveal other issues and it seems that may have been the case here. The bottom line to this entire matter is to get Bryan healthy and, above all else, not to rush him back into the ring. I feel confident that WWE would never allow this to occur but certainly in the territory days of years gone by promoters would want the talents to get back in the ring ASAP. Plus, the talents themselves would push the envelope because most of them did not have guaranteed contracts and if they did not work they did not get paid notwithstanding they paid their own medical bills. Times have changed much for the better in those areas."

On How Bryan's Absence Affects Roman Reigns: "With Bryan out TFN, it's also imperative that WWE be cautious in how they market, promote and build Roman Reigns. Overexposure can result in a backlash neither of which the WWE or Reigns needs at this point in his development. Does Roman Reigns or any other WWE talent need to be on virtually every TV show that is produced such as RAW and Smackdown? Absolutely, not."

On Gail Kim vs. Angelina Love: "Wanted to mention last week that I really enjoyed the @GailKimITSME vs. Angela Love match last Thursday on @ImpactWrestlilng on @SpikeTV. The ladies worked hard, I knew who the villain and the heroine were, and they had the time to tell a viable story. This stuff isn't rocket science folks. However, we seem to be living in an age where pro wrestling is more ‘over thought' these days than ever before and we can all see the results of that mindset."