Daniel Bryan is extremely proud of Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks for putting together All In.
The world is getting smaller and smaller, and that counts for the pro wrestling industry too. There was a time when all wrestling promotions were entirely separate entities, never mixing and always in competition with each other. That is no longer the case. Ring Of Honor and New Japan are basically different branches of the same company, and the two of them plus Impact Wrestling will all be on a cruise together in October 2018.
Before that takes place though, there is the show that has been labeled the biggest independent wrestling event of all time, All In taking place on September 1, 2018. It is not specifically attached to one particular company and has been successfully put together by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks. Even though WWE has no horse in the All In race, you can rest assured that certain people at the company will be keeping a close eye on it.
One WWE employee in particular who is excited for All In is Daniel Bryan. In a recent interview with Arash Markazi of ESPN, Bryan revealed that he is "so proud of Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks with their sold-out show." He also continued to praise the Bucks in particular, citing how they have built themselves up into main event guys through hard work.
I have a feature on @WWEDanielBryan going up tomorrow on ESPN but in the meantime I thought @CodyRhodes, @MattJackson13, @NickJacksonYB, @KennyOmegamanX and @zacksabrejr would appreciate what Bryan had to say about them. pic.twitter.com/FvTbsYuJ7p— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) August 17, 2018
Bryan didn't only have praise for The Bucks during the interview. He also highlighted how impressed he is every time he watches Kenny Omega wrestle and that he sees an advanced version of himself when watching Zack Sabre Jr. While all of that points to him cutting WWE loose soon and heading back to the indies, he was also sure to point out that you also see signs that the wrestling world is becoming more universal under his current employer's roof too.
Prior to Bryan's in-ring return at WrestleMania 34, there were rumors that he would be leaving WWE so that he could wrestle again, and that he could compete at All In. That obviously won't be happening now but there is still an outside chance that he could be a free agent a few weeks after. Chances are Bryan will re-sign with WWE though, especially since he will be the focus of the exhibition mode on the soon-to-be-released WWE 2K19.