Bryan Danielson was recently interviewed by Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, where he gave his understanding of the All Out media scrum incident between CM Punk and The Elite.
“Tony made a statement last week on Dynamite. I hate to say, ‘Oh, this is what happened,’ when I wasn’t in the room. I tend to focus on what I can control and focus on the opportunities that present themselves whenever there is any type of disruption—whether it is something like this or even something, for example, like the pandemic. Wrestling in front of nobody was a real opportunity to hone my craft. It became what William Regal likes to call ‘close-up magic.’ We didn’t have the crowd or anything like that, and I learned so much about myself and what worked from a wrestling standpoint. It was no longer theater. It became cinema. There were things you could do there that you couldn’t do in front of a live crowd. It was a lot of fun mentally to try to figure that out.”
On the ongoing AEW Championship tournament:
“This is an opportunity to create more excitement,. I’m pretty pumped about the title tournament. It just lends gravity to all these matches. I’m really excited.”
On Daniel Garcia:
“We’re vying for the soul of Daniel Garcia, so we were each wrestling to impress him. Isn’t that cool? It’s not just about us. One of the things I really enjoy about AEW is building up younger talent, and Garcia is a huge part of the story.”
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