Bryan Danielson Believes Vince McMahon & Tony Khan Would Respect Each Other

Bryan Danielson Believes Vince McMahon & Tony Khan Would Respect Each Other

AEW star Bryan Danielson has explained why he believes Vince McMahon and Tony Khan would respect each other.

We all know the differences between McMahon and Khan by now, but Danielson believes they’re actually more similar than we might think.

During an appearance on WFAN Sports Radio in New York, he said:

“There are huge similarities and huge differences. I think if you were to speak and interview both of them, you would be like, ‘Wow, you couldn’t meet two more different people’. I see a lot of similarities in them.

“One of the things that I think they would respect about each other is the hard work. Neither of them sleep much and because they take on so much, I think it’s incredible.

“One of the things that is different is communicating with them. When you first communicate with Vince McMahon, it’s very intimidating because he’s somebody who speaks deliberately. You ask him a question, he won’t answer right away, not because he’s trying to impose his will or anything like that, just because he doesn’t want to give you a thoughtless response.

“When you talk to Tony, you can feel Tony’s excitement. I don’t remember meeting Tony, but we had met several years ago, probably like a, ‘Oh, hi’. When I was walking about before All Out, Tony is like, ‘BRYAN IT’S SO GREAT TO SEE YOU!’. Gives me a big hug and literally right before I’m to go out, ‘BRYAN! LET’S GOOOO!’. It was wild.”

Bryan Danielson makes his AEW in-ring debut tonight in a dream match against Kenny Omega at Arthur Ashe Stadium in front of AEW’s biggest crowd ever.

Quote via Fightful

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2 years ago by Liam Winnard


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