Brie Bella Says She Knows “For A Fact” Husband Daniel Bryan Will Wrestle Again

Brie Bella, former WWE Divas Champion and wife of Daniel Bryan, was recently a guest on the From the Top Rope podcast. During the interview, Brie talked about her husband’s desire and passion to wrestle again and believes that Bryan will “for a fact” find his way back to the ring.

Brie on a new medical treatment Bryan found that can help him get back in the ring.

“From that moment [the moment Bryan announced his retirement on Raw], which was pretty much two years ago, he has been doing every kind of testing to every kind of experiment you can imagine for the brain. And he actually found one, it’s this oxygen hyperbaric chamber or something.”

The treatment Brie is talking about is called Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. According to the treatment’s official website, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is “a medical treatment which enhances the body’s natural healing process by inhalation of 100% oxygen in a total body chamber, where atmospheric pressure is increased and controlled.” It is also “used to treat all conditions which benefit from increased tissue oxygen availability.”

Brie went on to say that Bryan has already undergone 40 treatments across the country and let him know that she fully supports him returning to wrestling, whether that’s in the WWE or elsewhere.

“And I told Bryan, ‘You do have a daughter, so always remember that. But if the doctors finally give you the green light,’ I go, ‘Go! This is your dream and passion. You have one life to live and I will never hold you back.’ Because I love to wrestle, and I would hate if someone told me you can’t do it. And if WWE doesn’t allow it, then I said, ‘Go somewhere else. It’s all on you.’ Obviously he would love to be able to get back in that WWE ring, but I know for a fact my husband is going to find his way back to the ring. He honestly is.”

If you’d like to listen to this episode of From the Top Rope in its entirety, you can click right here. Thanks to Pro Wrestling Sheet for the transcription.

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