With WrestleMania approaching, the AEW has announced the debut of new talent called the AEW All-Star Wrestling! With stars like Bryan Danielson , Cody Rhodes , Kenny Omega , and Adam Page , plus the AEW Champion Bobby Fish , the AEW is bound to be one of the most interesting new promotions in 2018!
WWE star and legendary wrestler Bryan Danielson made a surprise appearance in front of over 66,000 fans at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, on Tuesday night to do the Yes Chant before AEW’s three-hour MLW: FUSION television special. Can he do it again in the ring?
I’ve been a wrestling fan for a long time, and I’ve seen many great wrestlers, but I’ve never seen someone who was so good at wrestling that he could do things that other people couldn’t do. Bryan Danielson can do the Yes Chant.
The entrance of AEW’s Bryan Danielson on Sunday night elicited a Yes shout from the audience at the All Out pay-per-view. While the former world champion appreciated the standing ovation from the NOW Arena crowd, he did not join in with his trademark shouting and pointing. As a result, during the post-show media scrum, Danielson was questioned whether he’s permitted to perform the Yes Chant or if WWE has a trademark that would prohibit him from doing so. That, according to Danielson, is still up in the air.
“It was fantastic. I’m not sure, we’ll have to speak about things like what I can and can’t do “According to Danielson. “So one of the things I strive to respect is intellectual property, because, as I previously said, I value the individuals I’ve worked for and respect their intellectual property. As a result, I’ll attempt to avoid contradicting anything. And the fans doing it is fantastic, but I’m not sure I’ll participate.”
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Tony Khan went on to say that the chant isn’t technically WWE’s intellectual property. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available. Bryan’s entrance occurred just under five months after he was in the main event of WrestleMania 37, and he revealed why he decided to leave WWE and join AEW in a post-show promo and a media scrum.
“So I heard something over the last week that the Brodie Lee concert was one of the things that really turned Punk,” Danielson remarked. “It was also one of the things that I saw, and so many of us loved him so much that we saw it and saw how special it was, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, and we saw, That struck me as very noteworthy. So, knowing that my contract was coming up, that’s when I really began thinking about it. But, honestly, the ultimate choice was simply like this: I began thinking about things, and WWE was so kind with me in terms of the offer they made me. They were going to let me go outdoors and do some other things. But, as much as I hate to admit it, Vince (McMahon) and I get along swimmingly. I adore him, I really do. He may be overprotective of me at times. I also want to be able to push myself to new heights. One of the things that attracted me here was the physicality of what we do out there, and being able to push my boundaries in a safe environment is one of the things that drew me here.
He went on to say, “It’s simply enthusiasm.” “You’ve all noticed it. You were most likely all out there, feeling it. You could sense how enthusiastic people are about this thing, and it seems alive. And even simply viewing it on a trailer’s TV screen. I’m sitting there thinking to myself, ‘God, this is incredible.’ I’d want to be a part of it.’ So that was the end of it… I went back and forth a lot because there are a lot of individuals there who I consider family, who are really my family, and people who I care about. As a result, making the choice was very difficult.”