Following on from recent rumblings and rumours, it looks like Bryan Danielson is indeed going to become #AllElite at next weekend's AEW All Out PPV from Chicago's United Center.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Bryan Alvarez stated how he's been informed that Danielson will be appearing at All Out. Previously, Alvarez had been told that the American Dragon would be making his AEW bow at Arthur Ashe Stadium on 22 September, but those plans have now changed.
This all comes hot on the heels of prior reports and speculation that Bryan's AEW debut has been brought forward, with Tony Khan's promotion believed to have scrapped those Arthur Ashe plans due to rising COVID-19 cases across the United States.
Of course, CM Punk this week only added further fuel to the flames where Danielson's AEW arrival is concerned, responding to "Yes!" chants on AEW Dynamite by saying how fans will have to be a little more patient with those chants.
Bryan last wrestled on the 30 April episode of WWE SmackDown, losing to Universal Champion Roman Reigns in a Title vs. Career contest. That match came just a matter of weeks after D-Bry headlined WrestleMania 37, with him and Edge coming up short in a triple threat bout for Reigns' prize.