Daniel Bryan Nearly Pulled Out Of WRESTLEMANIA And Other WWE Tapings Due To COVID-19 Concerns

Daniel Bryan Nearly Pulled Out Of WRESTLEMANIA And Other WWE Tapings Due To COVID-19 Concerns

In a new interview, Brie Bella has explained that her husband Daniel Bryan very nearly ended up missing WrestleMania and other recent WWE television tapings due to COVID-19, and explains why that didn't happen.

During a recent appearance on Sunday Night's Main Event podcast, Brie Bella revealed that her husband Daniel Bryan almost pulled out of WrestleMania and other recent WWE television tapings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Of course, the leader of the Yes Movement challenged Sami Zayn for the Intercontinental Championship at the Show of Shows, and has continued appearing on TV in the weeks since then.

That's surprised as Brie is pregnant, but she's now elaborated on how they made it work for them. 

"We discussed it and especially because I’m pregnant, just the risk there," she explains. "So we definitely talked about it but we were like, ‘Okay, if you don’t stay home and you go, how can we make this work?’ And that’s when we talked to our doctor, because if our doctor was like, ‘No, no way. We can’t do this. It’s impossible,’ then we were going, ‘Bryan was gonna stay home,’ but our doctor gave us a lot of hope and was like, ‘It might be a little pricey but we can work on this. We can make it work,’ and so that’s when we were like, ‘Let’s do it then. It’s gonna take a lot of effort but it’s worth it.’"

We've previously heard that Bryan has been self-isolating in a hotel room before heading home, so that's likely what Brie is referring to there. In recent weeks, WWE has gone back to taping shows in advance, so that has probably helped Bryan out a lot and likely means he's been able to spend a lot more time at home.

However, he has previously revealed that he intends to take some time off over the summer for paternity leave, so him time in WWE throughout the rest of 2020 is likely to be limited. 

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