John Cena Reacts To Daniel Bryan Getting Cleared To Wrestle

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Bryan had been sidelined since February of 2016 when he gave a "retirement" speech on Raw that didn't leave too many dry eyes in the house.

On Tuesday, it was announced that WWE superstar Daniel Bryan has been cleared to return to competition after being evaluated extensively by the medical team nearly three years after his final WWE match.

WWE's medical director Dr Joseph Maroon made the judgement that Bryan was fit for duty after looking over neurological and physical evaluations done by independent testers.

Another note from Meltzer on this fantastic news is that Bryan is cleared to wrestle either as much as he wants, or as much as the WWE needs him to wrestle. The return of Daniel Bryan to in-ring action in the WWE is a special moment for fans the world over.

It was initially thought that Bryan might have left WWE in September in order to wrestle elsewhere such as in New Japan or ROH. The seizures were a result of suffering multiple concussions and a lesion on the brain.

Since then Bryan has tried to get himself cleared, visiting numerous doctors whilst performing a non wrestling role for WWE.

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While this episode of SmackDown will likely revolve around Daniel Bryan's return, and rightfully so, the blue brand still has to build towards WrestleMania 34 in April. On top of that, the news comes less than three weeks before this year's WrestleMania.

The "Yes" Man is one of the biggest stars of the modern era, and his return will change WWE.

He and Bryan tangled several times during their time on the circuit and they've clashed before in WWE, but this current incarnation of Cesaro is far more assured both in his character and his place with the fans.

Daniel Bryan shows the beatdown of Shane McMahon and KO/Sami laugh about it. Sami says he kind of deserved it.

Bryan's wrestling career began when he was 18 years old. Meltzer adds that the current plan is for Bryan and Shane to team up to face Owens and Zayn in New Orleans. (That didn't take long.) Bryan did mount some offense, including some Yes Kicks, to the delight of the crowd. Bryan versus Shinsuke Nakamura, A.J. Styles or even his brother in-law, John Cena, makes some sense.

Bryan got a leg up the following year when he was signed into the World Wrestling Federation's development system. He remained involved with the company, serving onscreen as the "SmackDown" general manager - setting up matches and interacting with wrestlers on the microphone without meeting them in the ring.

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