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Daniel Bryan has been out of the ring for far too long and many fans would love to see him back in action. If anything, this news is going to be great for people who want to see Daniel Bryan back in the ring and it doesn’t matter where.

But if you’re one of the people who only want to see Daniel Bryan wrestle for WWE once again, then it might not be so amazing.

Daniel Bryan recently appeared on Sirius XM Busted Open Radio where discussed his wrestling future. It looks really good for Bryan actually.

In all reality, his doctors are telling him he’s more than okay. In fact, Daniel Bryan said his doctors are telling him his tests are coming out even better than people who have never suffered from concussions before.

However, here’s the bad news for the strictly WWE fans out there (and at this point, come on watch New Japan and ROH already… once you’ve started never stop exploring the wonderful world of indy wrestling either). Daniel Bryan said there’s an 85% chance he’ll be wrestling again for another promotion. I say that because he also said there’s probably a 20% chance WWE will ever clear him to compete once again.

It really is a shame because he obviously wants to go. Therefore, why not let him? It’s extremely frustrating when WWE decides to “play it safe” like this or whatever you want to call it. The fact is Daniel Bryan wants to perform and his doctors are telling him that he can. Now the ball’s in WWE’s court and they’re not picking it up at all.

Perhaps someday WWE will come to realize how important of an asset Daniel Bryan is but that day might not come until he’s out setting the world’s indie wrestling scene on fire and changing the sport as we know it.

Wrestle Kingdom 13: Daniel Bryan vs Every New Japan wrestler in a gauntlet match. Book it, Gedo!

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Aaron Varble hasn’t just been writing for more than a decade in various formats including sketch comedy, stand up, television, radio, and other various projects; nor is he just another professional wrestling fan with a master's degree in journalism and Tourette’s syndrome. He's always looking to explore the why not with the why and the how come along with the how. Follow on Twitter @TheVarble