During the broadcast of last episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, Bronson Reed made his return to the company helping The Miz to beat Dexter Lumis in a Winner Take All Match. Later that same night, we learned that the fighter had collaborated with the heel in exchange for money.
Meanwhile, today we have been able to learn more details about his return to the company. First of all, it should be remembered that Andrew Zarian, a journalist for Mat Men Radio, had already reported in mid-August that WWE was interested in recovering it. However, the agreement between both parties was not carried out until much lateras revealed Fighting.
Reed, also known as Jonah on the independent circuit, continued to work for New Japan Pro-Wrestling until last October. The media adds that the Japanese company wanted to retain the fighter, and even hoped that he would stay. However, he could do little, since The hiring of Reed became a priority for Triple H from the moment he held his current position..
The medium has been able to confirm that Bronson and WWE have signed a contractso, clearly, the fighter would have ended his relationship with NJPWunless the McMahon company reaches some kind of agreement to allow it, something that has not happened yet.
Reed’s return was not scripted for last night’s show, although the talent had been informed that the wrestler would be back. The outlet points out that one of its sources indicated that it was no coincidence that Bronson had not fought for the last two months. However, Reed remained active on social media throughout this time, toying with the possibility of participating in Wrestle Kingdom in order to mislead fans.
Reed worked for WWE from 2019 to 2021, as part of NXT, where managed to win the North American Championship. However, and despite the rumors that pointed to an imminent promotion to the main roster, the fighter was released in one of the waves of layoffs carried out by the company during the health crisis.
Since his departure, the fighter worked for IMPACT Wrestlingwhere he was congratulated for his great work promoting PCO in his last fight in the company. Similarly, he also encouraged kazuchika okada in his last fight in NJPW last October after pulling off a huge victory over the Japanese star at NJPW G1 Climax 32.
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Details of Bronson Reed’s return to WWE revealed