The Chase Field is the home of Major League Baseball team Arizona Diamondbacks and its structure will allow the wrestlers to put together some unique entrances.
According to Wrestling Inc, Bryan loves the idea and would be keen to try this alternative concept in his bid to earn a title shot at the main event of WrestleMania 35.
The four-time world champion told ABC-15 Arizona: “It’s an incredible stadium.
“We were actually just talking about what the metamorphosis would look like.
“Right now, the thought is that we’d come out of the dugout.
“We’ve never had a Royal Rumble in a baseball stadium before. I’m super-psyched.
“I’ve never come out of a dugout to go into a wrestling show before.”
Bryan has been looking to regain the WWE Championship ever since he was forced to relinquish it due to injury in 2014 shortly after his WrestleMania 30 triumph.
Two years later The Leader of the YES Movement announced his retirement from professional wrestling after a series of concussions took a huge toll on his health.
The ex-WWE Champion though continued to appear on TV as he was immediately appointed the General Manager of Smackdown.
Just when it looked like his wrestling days were over, Bryan managed to shock the world when he got medical clearance to return to the ring at WrestleMania 34 last April.
The former World Heavyweight Champion teamed up with Smackdown Commissioner Shane McMahon and beat the daunting duo of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn at the Grandest Stage of Them All.
He has now rekindled his rivalry with The Miz and will face him at WWE Super Show-Down on October 6 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia.
The winner of the match will get a WWE Championship opportunity and will face either AJ Styles or Samoa Joe.
The Miz beat Bryan at SummerSlam thanks to his wife Maryse who handed him a pair of brass knuckles.