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Bryan Danielson on Why He Needs to Have Less Matches in AEW

October 26, 2021 | Posted by Jeffrey Harris
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– During an interview with WEEI 93.7 FM in Boston, AEW star Bryan Danielson discussed needing to work less matches in AEW because he likes to work hard in the ring. He stated the following (via Fightful):

“I’m a little more judicious, but, realistically, the big thing that has changed, and this was a choice when I re-signed my last WWE contract and when I came to AEW, and one of the benefits of AEW, is that I need to be doing less matches because I like to go hard. If you tell me, ‘Go a little bit lighter today,’ it’s easy to say but in practice it doesn’t work like that. I don’t care if there are 20,000 people like at Arthur Ashe Stadium or if there are 85 people, and I’ve wrestled in front of less than a 100 people many times, the people still pay their money to see the show and you want to give them a great show. It’s hard for people like me to pull back. Really, it’s about doing a less number of matches per year and focusing on the quality of those matches and making sure I give the live crowd something they are happy they paid their money to see.”

Bryan Danielson is set for action on tonight’s AEW Dark against Aaron Solo. He is also scheduled to face Eddie Kingston in an AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament semifinal match this Friday on AEW Rampage.

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