Bryan Danielson Says SPECT Brain Scan Results Keep Improving

2 years ago by Sanchez Taylor

Bryan Danielson Says SPECT Brain Scan Results Keep Improving

Bryan Danielson has provided an update on health tests he currently does, while wrestling for AEW.

In 2016, Danielson retired from wrestling while with WWE due to an issue with his medical history. He returned to the ring full-time in 2018, after two years of neurological and physical evaluations.

Speaking in the post-Full Gear media scrum, Danielson revealed that he hasn’t done an impact test in years. Explaining that results of his SPECT (single-photon emission computed tomography) scans, monitoring oxygen flow to his brain, keep getting better and better, Danielson said:

“So I don’t do the impact testing anymore. To be honest, I haven’t done an impact test in years. But I do regularly keep up with a neurologist who I see pretty much every month. There are these new tests called SPECT scans which monitor the oxygen flow in your brain and all that kind of stuff.

“Because I keep working on it and keep doing different things, my SPECT scans keep getting better and better. I think last time he said that they were better than your average 25-year-old with no head trauma. We’re going to see how valid these SPECT scans are and some of the other stuff.”

At Full Gear, Danielson defeated Miro in the AEW World Championship Eliminator finals, becoming #1 contender to Hangman Page’s AEW World Title.

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