Daniel Bryan Biography, Height, Weight, Age, Wife & Net Worth

Daniel Bryan is a professional wrestler best known for his appearances in WWE. Bryan Danielson was born on May 22, 1981, in Aberdeen, Washington, U.S. His father was a lumberjack and his mother was a therapist. His parents were divorced when he was young. Daniel has referred to his teenage as being antisocial. But he still competed in sports such as American football in high school. He became a fan of professional wrestling in his childhood and wanted to pursue a career in professional wrestling. He began his career as a professional wrestler in 1999.

Daniel Bryan Early life

Bryan Lloyd Danielson was born on May 22, 1981, in Aberdeen, Washington, the son of a lumberjack and a therapist. His parents got divorced when he was young. During his childhood, Danielson was shown a professional wrestling magazine. By a friend and has been a fan of wrestling ever since. He considered himself antisocial in high school but competed in sports such as American football.

Danielson has cited a number of wrestlers as influences to his style including Toshiaki Kawada, Mitsuharu Misawa, and William Regal. He has also made mention of modeling his wrestling on that of Dean Malenko. And Chris Benoit in his early career. Then using Brazilian jiu-jitsu as a platform to develop his own style.

Daniel Bryan Personal life

 Michalek was posthumously presented with the Warrior Award by Danielson at the 2015 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony. On April 11, 2014, Danielson married WWE wrestler Brie Bella. With who he had been in a relationship for nearly three years. On April 6, 2016, nearly two months after Danielson’s retirement. Bella also semi-retired from wrestling in order to start a family with him. They have a daughter named Birdie Joe Danielson (born May 9, 2017). On August 1, 2022, Brie gave birth to their second child, a boy, named Buddy Dessert Danielson.

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Daniel Bryan Early career

 After Danielson graduated from high school in 1999. He decided to pursue wrestling professionally and attempted to train at Dean Malenko’s wrestling school. When it closed he trained under Shawn Michaels and Rudy Gonzalez at the Texas Wrestling Academy (TWA). He debuted in the TWA, and on March 21, 2000, won his first title. When he teamed with Spanky to win the TWA Tag Team Championship. Defeating Jeromy Sage and Ruben Cruz.

Daniel Bryan Memphis Championship Wrestling

While touring the country he was signed to a developmental deal. By the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) to work in their developmental system. And was assigned to Memphis Championship Wrestling (MCW). There, Danielson gained exposure, and was trained by WWF competitor William Regal. Whom he credited as instrumental in the development of his career. During this time Danielson adopted his moniker “American Dragon”. WWF severed its ties with MCW in 2001, releasing Danielson from his contract. But not before he won the MCW Light Heavyweight Championship. And the MCW Tag Team Championship with Spanky.

After 18 months with the company, Danielson was released from his WWF contract in July 2001. Danielson revealed in his 2015 autobiography. That he was close to being called up to the main roster during the 2001 Royal Rumble match. He explained the WWF thought of using him as one of their key figures in the newly created cruiserweight division. Which was inspired by World Championship Wrestling (WCW).

Daniel Bryan WWE Debut

Bryan Danielson signed a developmental deal with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) to work in their developmental system. He was assigned to Memphis Championship Wrestling where he was trained by WWF competitor William Regal. After 18 months with the company, he was released from his WWF contract in July 2001.

In 2002, Bryan Danielson wrestled two matches for the newly launched World Wrestling Entertainment. And was defeated by both Sean O’Haire and Little Guido in these two encounters. Following his release from the WWE, he went to Japan after to compete in Japan’s premier promotion, New Japan Pro-Wrestling.

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Daniel Bryan WWE Appearances

In 2002, Danielson wrestled two matches for the renamed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Despite not being a contracted performer for the company. Daniel was quickly defeated by both Sean O’Haire and Little Guido in his two appearances. He went on to make four additional non-contracted appearances for WWE in 2003. On its secondary shows, Velocity and Heat, initially as enhancement talent before being allowed to compete in longer matches.

Daniel Byran wrestled Jamie Noble at a Velocity taping in January. Rico at a Heat taping in February, John Cena at a Velocity taping also in February. And made his final appearance in November in a tag team match against Paul London. And Spanky at a Velocity taping, in which he was partnered with John Walters. This was his final appearance for the promotion for over five years.

Daniel Bryan’s WWE Return

Daniel Bryan returned to WWE in August 2009. He made his debut on January 4, 2010 against Chavo Guerrero, in which he emerged victorious. He then went to Florida and received training at the Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), the WWE developmental territory. At the February 11 television tapings of the FCW. Danielson was renamed Daniel Bryan. Which he had himself chosen a list of ten possible ring names to use in WWE. He was given this name by William Regal.

On June 11, WWE announced that Danielson was fired from WWE. Stating the reason that Bryan had been too violent. Pretending to strangle ring announcer Justin Roberts with his own neck tie. He returned to WWE again as Daniel Bryan at SummerSlam. Where he was the surprise seventh member of Team WWE for the seven-on-seven elimination tag team match against The Nexus. He one of the two final members of Team WWE. And managed to eliminate two members of The Nexus but was eliminated by Wade Barrett.

Daniel Bryan Professional wrestling persona

Danielson has spent the majority of his career. Without an overt character in favor of becoming popular with the fans. Through his monikers, signature mannerisms and wrestling ability. While his attire has varied as well, with the majority of his tenure wearing a pair of short trunks. But also ventured into wearing a mask for a time in Japan as an extension of his American Dragon persona.

Daniel Bryan Net Worth

Daniel Bryan is an American professional wrestler who has a net worth of $12 million. This is a combined net worth with his wife, fellow wrestler Brie Bella. He has won the WWE Championship a total of four times. And he has held the World Heavyweight Championship once in his life. In addition, he has won a number of additional honors over the course of his career with the WWE.

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