Zack Sabre Jr. expresses desire for a rematch with Bryan Danielson following his defeat at AEW WrestleDream

Zack Sabre Jr. expresses desire for a rematch with Bryan Danielson following his defeat at AEW WrestleDream
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Bryan Danielson defeated Zack Sabre Jr. at the AEW WrestleDream 2023 pay-per-view event on Sunday night from Seattle, WA at the Climate Pledge Arena. The match ended when Bryan hit a running knee strike for the win.

Following the show, Sabre Jr. stated that he wants to do a rematch with Danielson. He said,


“Lucky I’ve got the jawline of Antonio Inoki, along with the spirit of Strong Style. So I’m fine, don’t you worry about me. I might have got knocked out, but I’ll keep going. Bryan, I happily admit that you’re one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. You’ve been the best in the world for what, over two decades. I wrestled you in 2008. You put me on the map. For that, I’ll be eternally grateful. But today, darling, we were supposed to settle something, weren’t we? Who really is the best technical wrestler, not in the world right now, but probably of all bloody time. But knocking me out, Bryan, that’s a scoundrel move from Brittle Bryan. I felt your bones disintegrating in my hands, Bryan. So I want my rematch because this proved nothing. We’re gonna do the rematch on my home turf, England, or my adopted home turf of Japan. I did you the solid, mate, didn’t I? Did you the proper solid of coming to Seattle. Submissions in Seattle, huh? Well, you didn’t beat me by submission. You chickened out. Well, Bryan, we’ll find out in the rematch who the best technical wrestler in the world is and I’ll put you into retirement for good, d*ckhead,”

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In a thrilling match at the AEW WrestleDream 2023 pay-per-view event, Bryan Danielson emerged victorious over Zack Sabre Jr. The showdown took place on Sunday night at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, WA. The match concluded when Bryan executed a powerful running knee strike, securing the win.

Following the event, Zack Sabre Jr. expressed his desire for a rematch against Bryan Danielson. In a statement, he acknowledged Bryan’s status as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time and credited him for putting him on the map when they first wrestled in 2008. However, Sabre Jr. claimed that their recent encounter did not settle the question of who truly is the best technical wrestler. He criticized Bryan for resorting to a “scoundrel move” by knocking him out and stated his intention to have the rematch on his home turf in England or Japan. Sabre Jr. vowed to prove himself as the superior technical wrestler and retire Bryan for good.

In a video posted on YouTube, Zack Sabre Jr. issued his challenge to Bryan Danielson, emphasizing his determination to settle the score in a rematch. The video garnered attention from wrestling fans worldwide, fueling anticipation for a potential showdown between these two talented athletes.

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The Bryan Danielson vs. Zack Sabre Jr. match at AEW WrestleDream 2023 showcased the immense skill and competitiveness of both wrestlers. As fans eagerly await news of a rematch, the anticipation continues to build for another thrilling encounter between these two formidable opponents.