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Bronson Reed Released From WWE; Seeking Out For Multiple Top Pro Wrestling Companies


Bronson Reed has been released from WWE  and as comes a surprise to everyone, he goes by Jonah Rock once again as reported by Fightful Select. Multiple companies have reported being interested in getting Jonah Rock after he got released from WWE. Now the former NXT North American Champion was on his way to WWE main roster when he was cut. He is getting some big interest as it seemed now. As he already received the Gold Championship in the company and his WWE contract is over as of 6th August.

AEW already mentioned their interest in Jonah Rock, there were other two companies as well are New Japan Pro-Wrestling who are planning for a big play to receive his services and work for the company. IMPACT Wrestling is also showing their interest highly in Jonah Rock as Impact Wrestling’s Bound For Glory event on October 23rd is happening where he could debut his skills with the company. But there has been no information made out about such details. He was reported to not make his debut this weekend, they are pretty much discussing his arrival soon enough. Jonah Rock claimed to go through some visa issues current at the moment. His 30-day non-compete clause is already over. And his visa problem would come to an end once he chose an American company to vouch for him for his stay in the US, which he also has to make soon enough but a surprising decision.

The 33-year-old Australian wrestler has been with WWE since 2019. Jonah Reed broke the silence on Saturday by sharing a post on Twitter as well calling out himself ‘this monster is back on the loose’. There he also tagged the companies that are interested in having him, AEW, IMPACT Wrestling, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, and also Ring of honor has been also mentioned their views and tagged. Billed at 330 pounds (150kg), Reed was a featured star in WWE’s third brand of NXT. HIs news of release came after a few months of his fellow Australians like Cassie Lee (FKA Peyton Royce), Jessica McKay (FKA Billie Kay) and Matt Adams (FKA Buddy Murphy) were let go as well. This kind of thing also shows the cruel side of the wrestling companies like WWE where they fire people without letting them know before the media somehow, so in every good wants there’s negativity no matter how much better you are.

When he signed with WWE in 2018, he wasn’t really a big deal until he was pushed to a level and changed his name where he got featured and famous and won the WWE NXT North American championship. In a recent interview with Jonah Reed, he also commented on a possible return to WWE in near future, hopefully. He even shared how he wrestled all over the world for 13 years before he got signed to WWE. We hope he chose the right company for him to make his skills more visible in front of the world and fans are very excited for his new journey.

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