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Daniel Bryan made a big statement about his career standing in WWE while in Singapore for a WWE promotional event.

Asked about his ongoing concussion recovery, Bryan was quoted by a Singapore newspaper: “I think it could be the end of my career in WWE, but I don’t think it will be the end of my career.”

Bryan has reportedly not been cleared by WWE’s medical team to return to the ring. However, he has said in past interviews that his own independent doctor cleared him to return.

“I could find another passion, but it would just be sad because this is what I have been most passionate about since I was five,” Bryan said.

The article noted that Bryan has been training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu while waiting to get clearance from WWE doctors. UFC fighter Ben Henderson recently noted that Bryan is actually quite good.

“He was out with some injuries in WWE,” Henderson told Sporting News. “He came to our gym and moved up to blue belt in jiu-jitsu under my coach John Crouch. Every time I go in there, he’s working his butt off. I heard he was pretty strong and actually surprised me with how technical he is. A lot of guys have a hard time learning all those techniques. I heard he was really great at being able to use his technique and not relying on his strength. He’s smooth and does jiu-jitsu really well.”

At the end of the day, there’s also schoolteaching, as evidenced by Bryan’s passion for the environment and helping students built a terrarium while in Singapore. [ Full Story HERE ]