Since signing with AEW, Bryan Danielson has been unusually active across social media, leaving some fans to wonder why the change of heart?
After previously being vocal about his general disdain for social media, Danielson now confirms that despite the increase in postings, he still doesn’t mess around with social media.
Speaking to the Masked Man podcast, Danielson said:
“I have a twitter and here’s a dirty secret: I don’t run my social media… I’m not gonna lie, there’s occasions where I will post something on social media but it’s very few and far between and most of the time it’s my manager who does it and I don’t know if he wants me to say that but like he’ll post something. It’s just like, one of those things, I don’t want to do it. I don’t want to get caught up… but yeah I mean I think its interesting. You could use social media, social media is just a tool, right? But you have to use it and not let it use you and I think wrestlers can and should, if they want to, use it as a tool”
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Bryan Danielson has continued to make his way through the top stars of AEW, first feuding with Kenny Omega, next Hangman Adam Page before is now scheduled to take on Jon Moxley at next month’s AEW Revolution pay-per-view.
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