Bryan Danielson’s Surgery Status Confirmed

Bryan Danielson in the ring at AEW All Out

AEW has provided an update on Bryan Danielson’s status following his recent injury.

Bryan Danielson has been out of action since the October 25 edition of Dynamite. On the show, he and fellow Blackpool Combat Club member Claudio Castagnoli to take on Kazuchika Okada and Orange Cassidy.

Things seemed to go awry for Danielson when he took an Orange Punch to the face followed by a Rainmaker clothesline from Okada. Following the moves, the American Dragon rolled to the side of the ring clutching his face and was tended to by medics.

It was later revealed that Bryan Danielson suffered a broken orbital bone and would require surgery.

On the November 1st episode of AEW Control Centre, Tony Schiavone provided an update on Danielson’s status, revealing that he had now undergone the procedure and will be out of action “until later in the year.”

Bryan Danielson Injury Occurred Before AEW Dynamite Tag Team Match

A recent report has revealed that Bryan Danielson’s injury happened earlier than fans thought. According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, Danielson was actually hurt on the October 21st episode of Collision during his match with Andrade El Idolo.

Seemingly, the injury occurred when Danielson and El Idolo butted heads during that bout. Meltzer noted that it wasn’t even a case of Danielson getting hit too hard, with the star’s head being in the wrong place at the wrong time while El Idolo went for a spinning elbow.