WWE.com provided another storyline injury update for Daniel Bryan today, noting that he has been diagnosed with cervical cord neurapraxia following Kane's attack on last night's RAW. The condition occurs when a person's head compresses the neck, resulting in numbness and stinging in the arms.
"As of the last examination, [Bryan] did have some residual weakness in his arms, however, we expect this to clear up relatively quickly," WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann said. "Once he regains his full strength, he will be fully cleared for participation."
According to their report, Bryan is currently at home resting but plans to wrestle on RAW next week.
F4WOnline.com reports that due to Bryan's father passing away, Bryan will not be appearing at this weekend's WWE live events. It is also yet to be determined if he will appear on RAW this Monday.