WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan has not signed a new deal with WWE, despite a report posted by Drew Baydala, a Minnesota ticket broker who was believed to have been accurate on stories in the past.
As of this writing, nothing has changed but Bryan has said that he will likely sign a new deal with the WWE. Bryan wants a limited schedule and at this point, WWE doesn’t want to lose anyone to rival promotions namely, Ring Of Honor or New Japan Pro Wrestling. As of late, ROH and NJPW have been giving cut-throat competition to WWE and their fanbase continues to grow with each passing day. Thus, it appears that Bryan has the upper-hand in getting what he wants. The American Dragon also has another income stream: The Total Bellas reality show, so that’s another reason to consider that he will likely sign a new deal with WWE.
Bryan wrestled most of the match on Sunday night at Extreme Rules with his tag team partner Kane in a match against The Bludgeon Brothers for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship. However, Harper and Rowan retained the tag team titles and caused a major upset to the newly reunited Team Hell No.
Daniel Bryan hasn't signed. Nothing has changed.
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) July 16, 2018