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Daniel Bryan removed from all shows until mid July

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Daniel Bryan has been removed from all upcoming televised and non-televised live event advertising for the month of May and June.

The current Intercontinental champion has not wrestled since the Smackdown in London, England, as issues with his previous injuries that cut short his WWE World Heavyweight title reign last year have returned.

Bryan opted not to undergo a second surgery and chose an alternative method to fix his problem, a fix that only last a couple of months since his return in mid January.

The next time Bryan is advertised at a live event is on the July 13 Monday Night Raw in Atlanta, Georgia, which is the final Raw before the Battleground PPV. This will give him around two and a half months to recover.

The Intercontinental title, a title which he won at WrestleMania 31, will probably be vacated since he is once again unable to compete. WWE has not announced anything yet as far as plans for the IC title moving forward.

Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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