Daniel Bryan Net Worth, Bio, Facts, Career, Personal Life

Daniel Bryan Net Worth: Bryan Lloyd Danielson is a professional wrestler from America who has a total estimated net worth of $10 Million.

Bryan is currently active at World Wrestling Entertainment who has held several championship titles in this career.

He is a former four times WWE Championship, United States Championship, WWE Tag Team Champion, Intercontinental Championship, and so on.

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Daniel Bryan

Facts about Daniel Bryan

Full Name  Bryan Lloyd Danielson
Ring Name  Daniel Bryan
Date of Birth  May 22, 1981
Marital Status  Married with Brie Bella
Birthplace  Aberdeen, Washington, United States
Ethnicity  White
Profession  Professional Wrestler
Nationality  American
Net Worth  Daniel Bryan Net Worth is $10 Million
Height  1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight  210lb (95 kg)
Horoscope  Gemini

Early Life

Daniel Bryan, a son of Donald Orrin Danielson and Darlene Jean Danielson, was born on May 22, 1981, in Aberdeen, Washinton, United States.

Bryan’s father was a lumberjack, and his mother was a therapist who got separated while he was young.

His interest in professional wrestling grew up after he saw a magazine about the wrestling. Bryan praised many great wrestlers as his influencer, including Toshiaki Kawada, Mitsuharu Misawa, and William Regal.

Daniel Bryan Age and Body Measurements and Net Worth

Daniel Bryan is living his 38th year of age, and so on will become 39th on May 22. Bryan has an average body height of 5 feet and 10 inches, i.e., 178 cm.

He possesses the total body weight of 95 kilograms, i.e., 210 pounds.

With his fantastic career on World Wrestling Entertainment, Daniel Bryan Net worth is around $10 Million.

Daniel Bryan’s Wife Name and Personal Life

Daniel got married on April 11, 2014, with his three-year-long relationship with Brie Bella, who is also a WWE wrestler.

The beautiful couple had a daughter on May 9, 2017, named Birdie Joe Danielson.

He also got training in Mixed Martial Art at Randy Couture’s Xtreme Couture gym. He used to live in Las Vegas with Neil Melanson, an Xtreme Couture’s head grappling trainer.

Daniel suffered from elevated liver enzymes in 2009 then became vegan onwards. Bryan had a special affection towards animals, which is why he was once awarded a Libby Award from PETA.

To tribute Daniel Bryan, Mayor Micah Cawley declared January 13 as a “Daniel Bryan Day.”

Daniel Bryan Wrestling Career

Daniel Bryan Submission Hold
Daniel Bryan Submission Hold

Bryan started his wrestling training in Florida, where he trained at Dean Malenko’s wrestling school. He also taught under Rudy Gonzalez and Shawn Michaels at Texas Wrestling Academy.

He had his first debut match in December 1999. Bryan won several games along with TWA Tag Team Championship with Spanky during his tour on Japan.

Daniel was soon signed by World Wrestling Federation and was assigned to Memphis Championship Wrestling. He won MCW Tag Team Championship with his teammate Spanky and also MCW Light Heavyweight Championship.

He was then soon released from WWF after 18 months with the company. Daniel then went to Japan on New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). He was again successful in winning both singles and tag team championship in NJPW.

Ring of Honor

Daniel Bryan signed the Independent Promotion Ring of Honor and was also acknowledged as a “Founding Father.”

He had a match against Austin Aries on August 7, 2004, which lasted for seventy-four minutes and finally won by Austin.

Bryan won ROH World Championship against James Gibson at Glory by Honor IV. He successfully defended the title for the rest of the year.

Independent Circuit

Daniel Bryan has competed on several promotions in his wrestling career. He went to the United Kingdom on All-Star Wrestling and won World Heavyweight Middleweight Championship.

Bryan went to Full Impact Pro (FIP), where he teamed up with Rocky Romero and feud against Austin Aries and Homicide.

He won FIP Heavyweight Championship and held the title for eleven months. He lost the title to Roderick Strong and had his last match for FIP with Erick Stevens in December 2006.

World Wrestling Entertainment

Daniel returned to WWE in August 2009 and made his debut defeating Chavo Guerrero in a dark match. He also made his debut on NXT, where he lost to the World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho.

Bryan, in 2010 as a member of Nexus, returned on WWE. He was an active member of Nexus after Wade Barrett.

He won his first singles title in WWE after defeating The Miz to win the United States Championship.

Bryan challenged the Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler for a championship match and finally won the game to win the second championship title.

Daniel Bryan won Money in the Bank ladder match on July 17, which earned him a title match any of his choices for the following year.

He won the World Heavyweight Championship title against Big Show, who just won against Mark Henry.

Achievements and Championships

Daniel Bryan Champion
Daniel Bryan Champion

All-Pro Wrestling

  1. APW Worldwide Internet Championship
  2. King of the Indies in 2001

All-Star Wrestling

  1. ASW World Mid-Heavyweight Championship
  2. ASW World Mid-Heavyweight Title Tournament in 2003

CBS Sports

  1. Best Promo of the Year in 2018
  2. Comeback Wrestler of the Year in 2018

Connecticut Wrestling Entertainment

  1. CTWE Heavyweight Championship

East Coast Wrestling Association

  1. ECWA Tag Team Championship with Low Ki


  1. Match of the Year of 2010 against Munenori Sawa

Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling

  1. NWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship

Full Impact Pro

  1. FIP Heavyweight Championship

International Catch Wrestling Alliance

  1. Expo 2008 Tournament

International Wrestling Association

  1. IWA Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship

Memphis Championship Wrestling

  1. MCW Southern Light Heavyweight Championship
  2. MCW Southern Tag Team Championship with Spanky

NWA Mid-South

  1. NWA Southern Junior Heavyweight Championship

New Japan Pro-Wrestling

  1. IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship with Curry Man
  2. Best of the American Super Juniors in 2004

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla

  1. Twice the winner of PWG World Championship

Pro Wrestling Noah

  1. GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship

Ring of Honor

  1. ROH Pure Championship
  2. ROH World Championship
  3. Survival of the Fittest in 2004

Texas Wrestling Alliance

  1. TWA Heavyweight Championship with Spanky

Texas Wrestling Entertainment

  1. TWE Heavyweight Championship

Westside Xtreme Wrestling

  1. WXW World Heavyweight Championship

World Series Wrestling

  1. WSW Heavyweight Championship

World Wrestling Entertainment

  1. Four times the WWE Championship
  2. WWE Intercontinental Championship
  3. WWE Tag Team Championship with Kane
  4. World Heavyweight Championship
  5. WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship with Rowan
  6. WWE United States Championship
  7. Money in the Bank
  8. Match of the Year in 2019 vs. Kofi Kingston
  9. Twenty-sixth Triple Crown Champion
  10. Sixth Grand Slam Champion
  11. Twelve times the Slammy Award

Social Media Presence

Facebook: 8.2 Million Followers

Instagram: 3 Million Followers

Twitter: 4.6 Million Followers




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