We know that Daniel Brian’s contract will expire soon because the man himself said so much and has to make some important decisions for his future. In the process of promoting his match for the universal championship against Roman Reigns Friday night SmackDown last week, however, he clarified that his contract did not end in September, as is the case:
It’s funny that people gravitate to the date of September, and I think that’s because my last contract ended then, but it doesn’t end in September.[[[[Note: Brian was pressured when his contract actually expired.]I̵7;m still trying to figure out what it looks like … I matched a team of markers Breaking last Friday and it was a lot of fun, but my neck was simple destroyed. In May I will be 40 and my daughter loves to get on my shoulders to pick Japanese maple leaves in front of our house[[[[and this time he could not because of the pain]. You get to the point where it’s like how long I can do this full time and still be able to do things like that with my daughter? What is the right balance between part-time work and such things? It may happen that from time to time the desire occurs or perhaps as a schedule in which there are about eight months, these weekends.
For some time he has been talking about how the struggle is becoming less and less the focus of his life. At the very least, we now know that September is not the month we look forward to a possible answer to what follows.
Brian, of course, lost that game to Reigns and is now kicked out by Breaking, a brand that he has also been exceptional for many years. The way it played out, after with Con-Chair-To it seems that WWE will give Brian a little break in the foreseeable future, instead of just changing brands. But nothing is official in this regard.
Hey, maybe they’ll let him fight in Mexico the way he wants.
Stay on the line.