7 biggest and best moments in professional wrestling from September 2017
Which stories caught fans’ attention? Here are the six biggest and best moments in professional wrestling for September 2017.
Throughout the course of the past month, a number of different moments stood out in the WWE that captured the attention of pro wrestling fans.
Whether they emerged on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter or on televised events such as pay-per-views, these moments stood out and had wrestling fans buzzing.
Among the stories that became a focal point this past month was a former world champion who continued to share his desire to return to the ring, another former world champion who may have said goodbye to active competition for some time, a special event that has occurred in the lives of a couple of current WWE couples, and a recent pay-per-view closed the door on some rivalries, while opening the door on new ones.
Who did these stories involve, and who could be the most affected moving forward? Which stories caught fans' attention? Here are the six biggest and best moments in professional wrestling for September 2017.
#7 Daniel Bryan reaffirms his desire to return to the ring
In what appears to not be a publicity stunt and has not been promoted by WWE or its social media department, Daniel Bryan has said he wants to return to active competition. In an Instagram post by his wife Brie Bella, it was made clear that Bryan has continued to explore different options that could make returning to the ring a possibility.
After seeing several doctors and receiving a clean bill of health from them and continuing his pursuit of alternative methods of treatment, Bryan has said that he wants to return and has expressed a desire to compete for the WWE.
However, he has also made it clear that he wouldn't be opposed to competing elsewhere in the world if he is still not cleared by WWE. Bryan has mentioned that he would have loved to step into the ring with Shinsuke Nakamura. He could explore opportunities with companies such as New Japan Pro Wrestling or Ring of Honor — where he initially became a star.