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Daniel Bryan Cleared: WWE Doctors Give OK for In-Ring Return

Phillip Martinez
Daniel Bryan Cleared: WWE Doctors Give OK for In-Ring Return

In a surprise twist, the WWE has confirmed that Superstar, and current SmackDown Live general manager, Daniel Bryan is cleared to return to in-ring competition.

Here’s the official statement from WWE.

“Following more than two years of extensive evaluations, WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan has been medically cleared to return to in-ring competition by leading neurosurgeons, neurologists and concussion experts, including Dr. Robert Cantu, Dr. Javier Cárdenas and Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher.

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Bryan underwent a full review of his medical history and received comprehensive neurological and physical evaluations independent of WWE. He was cleared by each doctor as well as WWE’s Medical Director, Dr. Joseph Maroon.”

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This article was first written by Newsweek

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