Daniel Bryan Misses WWE Live Event, Unlikely For The Royal Rumble

Daniel Bryan did not appear at Saturday night’s WWE live event from Hammond, Indiana, despite being advertised. It was announced at the beginning of the show that Bryan would be not be able to appear and refunds were offered to fans who wanted to leave.

Big Show replaced Daniel Bryan in a match against Bray Wyatt in one of the top matches on the card.

SEScoops.com was the first site to break the news that Bryan suffered a concussion during the steel cage main event of last week’s RAW.

WWE has confirmed the news of Bryan’s concussion to multiple independent wrestling news sites, but has yet to make an announcement of the concussion on the company website.

Bryan is still advertised for Sunday’s live event from Kalamazoo, Michigan, but will not appear.

There are reports that the concussion he suffered on RAW was so bad that he will not be competing at the Royal Rumble.

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