• Bryan Danielson Explains Why He Has Been Wearing A Plain White T-Shirt In AEW
During a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, Bryan Danielson (fka Daniel Bryan in WWE) revealed why he has been wearing a plain white T-Shirt in AEW.
Here’s what the former WWE Champion said:
“That’s been an intentional thing on my part. Not wearing a merchandise shirt, not wearing a Bryan Danielson shirt. Not that I won’t in the future, but the idea is to strip everything down and see if what I present and what I do is enough. And I think it is.
I’m at a point in my career where I really want to challenge myself. If I wasn’t already known to people, could I come in and get massively over? I think about that a lot.
I also try to simplify my life. The older I get, the less I need. A plain white T-Shirt is exactly that in its most abstract form.”
Bryan then went on to say the following during an interview with The New York Post:
“The other idea, this is more of a general concept in my life as far as…if you try so hard to look a certain way, you’re focusing on the wrong thing.
Steve Jobs just had like five black turtlenecks or something. He didn’t have to choose.
I like the idea of simplicity. I like the idea of when people are watching it’s what I say, it’s what I do. It’s not necessarily, ‘Oh, man, that’s a cool T-shirt’. And hoping and believing that what I say and do is strong enough to keep people watching.”
• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (September 29, 1990) – WCW PRO
On this day in 1990, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW PRO’.
This episode featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW Halloween Havoc 1990’ PPV.
The card can be found below:
– Freebirds vs. Lou Perez & Allen Iron Eagle (Joe Gomez)
– Freebirds in Hollywood
– Stan Hansen vs. Allen Reynolds
– Danger Zone: Ric Flair/Arn Anderson/Doom
– Lex Luger vs. Italian Stallion
– JW Strom vs. Tim Parker
– Moondog Rex vs. Scott Allen
– Steiners vs. The Ringlords
– Nasty Boys vs. James Solomon & Rick Ford
– Sting Interview