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Bryan Danielson Would Rather Hear Phallic Locker Room Talk Than See Wrestlers Playing On Phones

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Bryan Danielson’s position as a backstage leader (and something of a bully) is well-earned in any promotion he wrestles in. Not only is he one of the greatest in-ring performers in pro wrestling, but he’s also got decades of experience and has earned the right to set an example. One thing he can’t stand in the locker room is when wrestlers just sit around and play on their phones.

Instead, Bryan Danielson would rather talk about penises. To be more specific, Bryan recently said he prefers to talk about flaccid ones. Of course, all this penis talk is done in a non-perverted manner.

At this weekend’s Starcast V convention, Bryan Danielson appeared live on ‘The Sessions’ with Renee Paquette. When he was asked about messing with people in the locker room, Bryan said he’d rather talk about flaccid penises.

“I came in and everybody was on their phones in the locker room. That’s not what I want. The last three years of my career, I don’t want to spend in the locker room with a bunch of young guys looking at their phone.

So, we start… We talk about flaccid penises, asexually. We are not talking about anything that would be considered perverted. It’s just among the boys. It’s the boys talking about flaccid penises. It is a blast.”

Bryan Danielson loves to have a little fun in the locker room when he’s not kicking people’s heads in. He’s also happy to put young talent over when he’s called upon. Bryan took an upset loss to Daniel Garcia on last week’s AEW Dynamite. Only he knows if it was thoughts of flaccid penises that distracted him to the point of losing.

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