Jim Ross touts Bryan Danielson as a creative mind and in-ring worker, proclaiming him the MVP of AEW.
Bryan Danielson is currently one of the top wrestlers in All Elite Wrestling and has become the focal point of AEW Saturday Collision following the departure of CM Punk.
Jim Ross recently praised Danielson on his podcast, Grillin' JR, touting the upcoming match between Danielson and Zack Sabre Jr. at AEW WrestleDream as something that should be a textbook classic while also touting Danielson as someone who always raises the bar when they are a feature attraction.
"I think anytime Bryan Danielson is the feature attraction it's something to look forward to. He'll set the bar high, he being Bryan Danielson. He's red hot, man. He's red hot, and his match with Zack Sabre Jr. should be textbook," said Ross.
Later on the podcast, Jim praised Danielson as the top star of the Saturday night AEW program, stating that Danielson brings a sense of maturity to events and refreshing ideas, too.
"He's probably the most valuable player in AEW right now, at least in my opinion," said JR. "Not that we don't have other MVPs, but he's really taken up a huge leadership role. That's why I'm so blessed to be on Collision because that's the Bryan Danielson show. It's great because he brings maturity, ideas, and a spirited core. He's very important to everything that we do, on Saturday night especially. Bryan is really one of the best. I don't know who is a better worker in the world than Bryan Danielson right now. We're lucky to have him, and I love for him to be around. We talk every Saturday. We talked about this idea or that idea. It's refreshing. It's a breath of fresh air, to say the least."
Fans can read what Bryan Danielson has to say about his role behind the scenes on Saturday nights at this link.
Danielson recently noted that he is entering his last year as a full-time wrestler. Learn more about that here.
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