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Jonah (Bronson Reed) Comments On Possibly Working With AEW

In an interview with ITRWrestling.com, former WWE star Jonah (Bronson Reed) commented on possibly making an appearance in AEW:. “Yeah, I mean I did speak with AEW briefly, we couldn’t come to any sort of deal or anything like that. New Japan is my priority and then IMPACT Wrestling, because they reached out to me as well and have taken care of me. But I won’t say that it is off of the books. It’s something that is not in my focus right now, but somewhere down the line you could see Jonah in AEW for sure.”
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Jonah (Bronson Reed) Thinks NXT Is Now ‘Just Another Entertainment Show’

In an interview with Fightful.com, former WWE star Jonah (Bronson Reed) gave his thoughts on the WWE NXT 2.0 brand:. “I watch bits and pieces. I try to support my friends like Duke Hudson, Indi Hartwell, Persia Pirotta, Grayson (Waller), and all the Australians. I always support those guys, and I still have other friends that I’ve made there that I always watch, but I don’t particularly enjoy it.”
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Jonah (Bronson Reed) Reveals Differences in Promo Freedom Compared to WWE

Jonah, formerly known as WWE NXT's Bronson Reed, is keeping pretty busy these days with appearances in Impact Wrestling and an upcoming appearance in New Japan Pro Wrestling. Jonah was one of the most surprising releases WWE made over the past year, especially since he had just been NXT North American Champion just a few weeks prior. Now he's showing what he can do in the ring once again as well as what he can do on the microphone, and in an interview with Fightful Jonah talked about the differences between promos in WWE and places like Impact and NJPW.
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Jonah (Bronson Reed) on Why He Chose New Japan and Impact Wrestling After WWE Release

Despite being billed as six-feet-tall, 330 pounds and getting a sizable push on the NXT brand earlier this year, former NXT North American Champion Bronson Reed was suddenly released by the company back in August. His "No Compete" clause with the WWE has since expired, freeing the Australian star to sign with New Japan's US-based NJPW Strong brand and Impact Wrestling while also confirming his return to Pro Wrestling Guerilla to compete in the upcoming Battle of Los Angeles (BOLA) tournament. Now going by Jonah, the big man sat down with Fightful this week and explained why he chose New Japan and Impact as his new homes.
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Video: Jonah (Formerly Bronson Reed) Makes His Impact Wrestling Debut

Former WWE star Bronson Reed, now known as Jonah, made his Impact Wrestling debut at Saturday’s Turning Point event. Jonah attacked Josh Alexander from behind and also went after security that tried to stop him. Jonah was originally scheduled to debut at the Bound For Glory PPV but it was...
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JONAH (Bronson Reed) Confirmed For NJPW’s Nemesis Event Next Month

Former WWE Superstar JONAH (Bronson Reed) is now confirmed for the NJPW Nemesis event in December. NJPW sent out a press release on Wednesday, announcing that JONAH will be in action at their December 9th event. JONAH made his New Japan Pro Wrestling debut at the NJPW Battle in the...
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Bronson Reed On Rumors About Triple H & Vince McMahon, Talks Wednesday Night Wars

Jonah Rock recently appeared as a guest on the Wrestling Inc. Daily podcast for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling. During his appearance on the popular pro wrestling program, the former WWE NXT Superstar known as Bronson Reed spoke about growing frustration backstage during his run with the company, if there was tension between Vince McMahon and Triple H regarding the brand, as well as the impact that NXT losing the “Wednesday Night Wars” to AEW had.
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Bronson Reed On WWE NXT 2.0: “Some Frustration Definitely Has Grown Backstage”

Former NXT North American Champion JONAH, f.k.a. Bronson Reed, was on a recent episode of The Wrestling Inc. Daily. JONAH reflected on his WWE release and his WWE career with Wrestling Inc. Managing Editor Nick Hausman. Hausman asked JONAH if his early work in Japan helped him get on WWE’s radar.
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Bronson Reed Explains Why He Was Not A Part Of Impact’s Bound For Glory

Bronson Reed was on a recent episode of The Wrestling Inc. Daily where he talked about a wide range of topics. The former WWE star was reportedly booked at one point to appear at the Impact Wrestling Bound For Glory PPV event last month but was then was pulled. Reed...
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Bronson Reed Reacts To ROH Releasing It’s Entire Roster

On today’s episode of The Wrestling Inc. Daily, Wrestling Inc. Managing Editor Nick Hausman sat down with former NXT North American Champion JONAH, f.k.a. Bronson Reed. Just before Hausman and JONAH recorded, Ring of Honor dropped their announcement regarding the promotion going on hiatus. As a result, ROH talent have been dropped from their contracts, and ROH is set to return in April 2022 with a more fan-focused product. JONAH reacted to the news.
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WInc Daily: ROH’s Future, Sami Zayn Getting WWE NXT Title Shot (feat. Bronson Reed)

Wrestling Inc. Managing Editor Nick Hausman is back to host the latest episode of The Wrestling Inc. Daily podcast!. The Wrestling Inc Daily is released Monday-Friday afternoon on all major podcast platforms. Click HERE to subscribe on iTunes. The news and mailbag portion of the show stream live Monday-Friday at 5 pm EST on our YouTube and social channels!
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Bronson Reed on His Ideas for a Heel Character, His Thoughts on WWE NXT 2.0

– Speaking to Cultaholic Wrestling, former WWE NXT talent Bronson Reed (aka Jonah Rock) discussed having plans for a heel character. Below are some highlights (via Fightful):. Bronson Reed on the changes to NXT: “Yeah, I think there is now so that the whole rebrand and NXT 2.0 is to...
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Former Bronson Reed Says He Had Just Signed A Contract Extension Before WWE Release

In an interview with Chris Van Vliet’s Insight podcast, Jonah Rock, the former Bronson Reed, said that he had just signed a contract extension with WWE before getting released earlier this year. We were sent the following highlights:. What’s next for him after being released: “Well it was very shocking...
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Bronson Reed Says He’s In Talks With Major Promotions

Bronson Reed is looking to his future and is in talks with multiple companies, according to the NXT alumnus. Reed, aka Jonah Rock, appeared on Busted Open Radio and discussed what’s next for him following his release from WWE last month. “I’m in talks with the major promotions,” he said...
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Bronson Reed Says He Was “Terribly Mismanaged” In NXT

Several former WWE NXT Superstars are officially free agents as of this week. WWE released 13 talents on Friday, August 6. The following wrestlers were released – Bronson Reed, Mercedes Martinez, Jake Atlas, Ari Sterling, Desmond Troy, Tyler Rust, Bobby Fish, Leon Ruff, Asher Hale, Zechariah Smith, Giant Zanjeer, Kona Reeves, and referee Stephon Smith.
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Bronson Reed Teases Calling Out Miro After AEW Dynamite

Bronson Reed is apparently looking for a match with AEW’s Miro, alluding to a call-out after this week’s AEW Dynamite. Reed, who is now back to using his pre-WWE name Jonah Rock, posted to Twitter on Wednesday night immediately after Dynamite and posted a phrase whose first letters all spelled out “Give Me Miro.”
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Ex-WWE Superstar Bronson Reed Teases A Match With AEW’s Miro

Former WWE NXT Superstar Bronson Reed appears to be interested in a match with AEW Superstar Miro. Following this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Reed (Jonah Rock) took to Twitter and posted a phrase whose first letters spelled out “Give Me Miro.”. Reed’s non-compete clause will expire next month. You...
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