Bryan Danielson has successfully recuperated in time for his upcoming match at the AEW WrestleDream pay-per-view. Scheduled to face Zack Sabre Jr. on October 1st, this marks Danielson’s first standard singles match since his return at All Out, as his subsequent appearances involved stipulation matches or multi-man contests.
In a conversation with The New York Post, Danielson acknowledged that his participation in strap matches and Texas Death matches was primarily to safeguard his arm. However, for the impending bout against Sabre Jr., The American Dragon affirmed that he is “fully cleared,” eliminating the need for such precautions.
Having taken a break to recover from a broken arm suffered in a match against Kazuchika Okada at Forbidden Door, Danielson openly acknowledged the inherent risk of a potential recurrence of the injury during the interview.
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“Our doctors would still not like me to do certain things, but from like two weeks ago when I had the tag match the strength in my hand is coming back way faster than they thought it would, the mobility and all that stuff,” Danielson said. “I still have to be cautious probably for the next year or so. They put a steel rod in my arm. One of the things they said is that it actually makes it more likely to break not where it broke before, but where the end of the rod is. It’s like a fulcrum for the bone to bend against.”
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