I think WWE brings him back in a few months after they feel he's been "punished" enough. Didnt they do something similar with Cryme Tyme a couple years ago when they went "off script" with a referee at a house show?
Danielson is a humble dude. Can't say I'd be as polite in my own blog had the same thing happened to me. God I miss when this company was fun to watch. I do more reading everyone's recaps and commentary on the shows than actually watching the show.
I get a feeling he'll be hired back though. Vince can't seriously see making more money with say Tarver or the "Yip yip" guy over Danielson who still has supporters and get's chants after being fired does he?
Don't worry, there's no racism or anything offensive, really.
I hope I'm allowed to link to youtube.
Forfeit the game, before somebody else takes you outta the game, and puts your name to shame Cover up your face, you can't run the race The pace is too fast, you just won't last - "Points Of Authority" - Linkin Park
Originally posted by CruelAngel777Danielson is a humble dude. Can't say I'd be as polite in my own blog had the same thing happened to me.
Or, you know, just not dumb enough to burn his bridge with the premier wrestling company in the world.
Not saying he isn't humble, but I'd say it has more to do with earning more money in WWE than he probably has in a year on the indy scene. (Verify? Who is the highest paid guy on that scene?)
Sure, he really may want to bring more attention to the indies, but...
Originally posted by Bryan DanielsonBut with most of us having little national exposure the only thing we could do was wrestle our hearts out and hope for word of mouth. Now that I’ve appeared on WWE television in front of millions of new fans, things are different. My goal is to garner as much interest in independent wrestling over the next 90 days as I possibly can.
...translates to: "Now that I've worked for WWE and appeared on national television in something other than a squash or dark match, I can ask indy promoters for more money."
Originally posted by John OrquiolaJudging from the general shutting up of every conspiracy theorist "in the know" a couple of weeks back, we have officially put to bed that Bryan Danielson's firing was a work, right?
Once again, the "If it aint on TV, it aint a work" 1st Rule of Wrestling holds up. We should add stories like Danielson's to the fine print that appears under this rule in the Big Book of Wrestling Rules. Then next time someone gets hurt/fined/suspended/Wellness'd/fired/whatever and everyone screams WORK OMG WORK~!, we can all point and laugh.
Okay, ladies, and Gentlemen, it's time for the review of one of the classic supercards of all time, All Japan Women's Tokyo Dome show from November 20, 1994. This was during AJW's peak. It's a Loooong show.