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Top AEW Star’s Full-Time Career Coming To An End Soon

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• Top AEW Star’s Full-Time Career Coming To An End Soon

Bryan Danielson (former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan) debuted in AEW at the All Out 2021 PPV.

He signed a 3-year contract, so his contract with All Elite Wrestling ends in mid-2024.

During an interview on One Fall, Bryan revealed that his full-time career will end when his current contract ends.

Below is what he said:

“No (I don’t have a dream scenario for my final match). I would like to wrestle a match two weeks before I die, right? And to not know that it’s my last match. That would kind of be my ideal situation but I’m not gonna be a full-time wrestler for much longer (Danielson laughed).

That all said, I’m not gonna be a full-time wrestler for much longer. When my AEW contract is up, that’s pretty much me being done being a full-time wrestler but I like the way some people like Terry Funk and Jerry Lawler and those kind of guys do it where they do it for fun, right?

I don’t have any vision of what I want my last match to be. I certainly don’t envision it being some epic match that everybody talks about. In my mind, it would be a match that I would just be doing at some local indy in front of 300 people that are just like, okay, I’m just going out and having some fun and it just turns out to be my last match (he laughed). So that’s kind of how I envision it.”

AEW World Champion MJF saw this story and tweeted:


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• Former WCW Cruiserweight Champion Celebrates His Birthday

Former WCW Cruiserweight Champion “Oklahoma” Ed Ferrara celebrates his 56th birthday today.

From mid-1998 till the fall of 1999, he helped Vince Russo to write storyline ideas, some of which actually made it to television.

In the October 1999 World Championship Wrestling management falsely assumed that both Russo & Ferrara were to credit for the World Wrestling Federation’s recent success, and signed them both to contracts, failing to realize that only around 20% of Russo’s (and Ferrara’s) ideas were used, while around 80% never made it into a script for TV.

After his WCW stint, during which he won the Cruiserweight Championship from Madusa, Ed joined Total Nonstop Action for a while in 2002 as a color commentator but soon left the promotion over financial troubles.


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