While Daniel Bryan & Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer mentioned that Bryan was cleared on Monday to return to action, Mike Johnson of PWInsider and Brad Shepard of BodySlam.net are saying differently.
The only difference between him and every other wrestler on the roster is that part of his agreement when getting WWE to send him to leading neurologists of Maroon's choosing to get evaluated, is that he agreed, after every match, until WWE was comfortable that he was okay, he would go to the WWE doctors backstage and get Impact testing and a neuropsychological evaluation done. Additionally, Smackdown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan is confirmed to be returning to the ring imminently. The most definitive way to get the diagnosis is during an autopsy after death. He was the victim of an attack by Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens to close out SmackDown Live on Tuesday, which is likely setting a match between the team of Zayn and Owens against Bryan and SmackDown Live commissioner Shane McMahon. He had neck issues, but it wasn't neck issues that retired him initially, it was the concussion issues. Bryan's presence takes a mid-card match and makes it arguably the most anticipated match of WrestleMania, even more so than Ronda Rousey, John Cena and The Undertaker, or the world title matches.
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"I have some news for you". I never had concussion issues.
"I greatly appreciate that people would like to see me have one more match or come back or 'Daniel Bryan got cleared so why can't you?' I will never be cleared". Look it up. I have stupid neck, just look it up. Once he returns to the ring, he probably has developed a modified style that limits a lot of the risks he would be taking.