Daniel Bryan net worth: Daniel Bryan is an American professional wrestler who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Daniel Bryan, also known as Bryan Danielson, was born in Aberdeen, Washington and began his wrestling training at Texas Wrestling Academy, after graduating from high school. He won his first professional championship in 2000, and subsequently signed a development deal with the World Wrestling Federation. While wrestling on the Memphis Championship Wrestling circuit, he became known as the "American Dragon". He then moved overseas to wrestle in Japan, and wrestled as part of Ring of Honor from 2002-2006, becoming ROH's World Champion. He also wrestled on the Independent Circuit from 2003-2009. In 2009, he joined World Wrestling Entertainment, and was renamed Daniel Bryan. He remained with them for one year before being kicked out. He returned to the Independent Circuit in 2010, and then moved back to the WWE later that same year. He is currently wrestling as part of Team Hell No. Danielson became a vegan in 2009, after getting elevated liver enzymes and several staph infections. In 2012, Danielson was awarded a Libby Award from PETA for being the "Most Animal-Friendly Athlete". In September 2012, Daniel revealed that he was no longer a vegan due to his inability to find vegan food while travelling on the road for WWE. Danielson is engaged to WWE Diva Brie Bella, with whom he has been in a relationship for several years, which has been acknowledged on the WWE reality series Total Divas on the E! Network and has become part of the WWE storyline.
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Date of Birth
May 22, 1981 (34 years old)
United States of America
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
210 lbs (95.3 kg)
The American Dragon, The American Dolphin, The Dagger, The Best Wrestler in the World, Mr. Small Package, Mr. Money in the Bank, The Yes! / No! man, The Master of the Small Package, The Submission Expert
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