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Zack Sabre jr fires hilarious shot at Bryan Danielson ahead of WrestleDream

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A first time ever dream match has been announced for AEW WrestleDream in Seattle on October 1.

On the September 9 episode of AEW Collision, Bryan Danielson challenged NJPW’s Zack Sabre Jr to a dream match on the show.
The match has now been made official, and with Bryan set for a Texas Death Match with Ricky Starks on next week’s Collision, fans are worried about Bryan potentially getting injured and missing the show.
Zack Sabre Jr spoke on the post-show press conference for NJPW today, where he said he wants AEW to make sure he makes it to the match, asking AEW to keep Bryan in a zorb ball until the show.

He said:
“WrestleDream is coming up in a couple of weeks. I’m really looking forward to it. But I’m a little anxious about it. I’m a little nervous. WrestleDream is in two weeks. But I’m not nervous. I’m not nervous to wrestle the great Bryan Danielson. No, I’m nervous that Bryan Danielson won’t even make it to the match. Because at this point, a strong gust of wind will disintegrate Bryan Danielson, won’t it?
“So AEW, I’ve got a firm request for you. Make sure he gets to the bloody match. I don’t care if you need to wrap Bryan from head to bloody toe in bubble wrap. He’s got a broken arm. It was broken. Rather than putting that back in cast up, how about me mummify him in plaster cast? Better still, let’s get a bloody Zorb ball, and let’s make him sleep in it. Because this match will happen, Bryan. You chickened out last year. Well, this year it will happen. AEW, make sure it bloody happens.
“Because all the talk, all of the talk coming out, ‘Oh, the mighty Danielson won a match with a broken arm. How incredible.’ But you idiots, you cretins are looking at it from the wrong perspective, aren’t you? Because if Bryan Danielson broke his arm winning a match, think about the state of him when he loses a match to me, Zack Sabre Jr, the best technical wrestler in the world. You’ve got two weeks, daring. Stay in one bit.”

Bryan revealed that he is looking to phase down his career when his daughter turns seven next year.
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