Bryan Danielson took part in the latest dream match of his career at last night’s AEW WrestleDream pay-per-view event.
Bryan took on NJPW World Television Champion Zack Sabre Jr in a clash to determine the best technical wrestler in the world, as the two men have metaphorically wrestled for the title over the past decade, now literally wrestling for it.
However, the result wasn’t to Sabre Jr’s liking, with Bryan pinning him with a running knee strike to secure the victory.
After the match, Zack Sabre Jr cut a promo backstage, where he expressed his distain for Bryan winning their match in that manner.
Sabre Jr said that doesn’t settle the question, before challenging Bryan to a rematch, either on his home soil in the United Kingdom, or his adopted home soil in Japan.
“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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