Bryan Danielson recently talked about CM Punk’s departure from AEW, which was a decision made by AEW President Tony Khan.
This departure resulted from a physical altercation between Punk and Jack Perry, which led to an internal investigation by AEW and Punk’s release from the promotion six days later.
While speaking with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, Danielson discussed the potential impact of Punk’s departure on the roster.
“In any job, when you lose somebody who’s very important, or you lose somebody you really like working with, that’s hard. But everyone keeps doing the job. And any time there is loss or controversy or struggle inside an organization, it’s a chance to bring people closer. It’s also a chance to divide people. So you have this thing where you can use struggle to make your life worse, or you can use struggle to make your life better. When I lost my father, I came out on the backside. I was worse. Struggling with my depression, I’ve come out of it better. So how you approach something and how you learn from something, that’s what makes the difference.”
Bryan Danielson, better known as Daniel Bryan in the wrestling world, recently opened up about the departure of CM Punk from All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Punk, who had been with the promotion since its inception in 2019, was released following an altercation with Jack Perry. Danielson, who has been with AEW since its launch, spoke to Sports Illustrated about the potential impact of Punk’s departure on the roster.
Danielson believes that any time there is a loss or controversy within an organization, it can be used as an opportunity to bring people closer together or to divide them. He believes that how you approach a situation and how you learn from it is what makes the difference. He also believes that when faced with adversity, it is possible to come out of it better than before.
Danielson’s words of wisdom are a reminder that while Punk’s departure from AEW is a difficult situation, it can be used as an opportunity for growth and development. It is a chance for the roster to come together and use the struggle to make their lives better. It is also a chance for the promotion to continue to grow and develop into one of the top wrestling promotions in the world.
The departure of CM Punk from AEW is certainly a difficult situation, but it is also an opportunity for growth and development. With the wise words of Daniel Bryan in mind, AEW can use this situation to bring people closer together and continue to move forward as one of the top wrestling promotions in the world.