Bronson Reed needs to sign with a new pro wrestling company if he wants to continue living in the United States. He made that very clear in previous statement as visa issues are getting in the way. It turns out that another company might be willing to vouch for him.

While speaking to Busted Open Radio, the former NXT North American Champion revealed that he is in talks with a couple different major pro wrestling companies. He then proceeded to discuss how well he would fit into AEW or Impact Wrestling.

“I’m in talks with the major promotions at the moment. I can’t really say any which way where I’m leaning towards. But I do think that what I do offer, a 340 lb man that can go, I don’t think AEW really has that. Impact does have some bigger talent, but no one that’s my mold either. So I think I would fit in Impact or AEW. But I am a huge fan, and I did wrestle in Japan for a long time, so that is definitely somewhere I would like to work again. Granted, visas, immigration, and everything makes it a little difficult at the moment. So, for me at the moment, it’s sort of working on my immigration status. And hopefully in the next few weeks, I’ll have an answer for the fans of where you’ll be able to see me.”

We’ll have to see what’s next for him. He was shocked by his WWE release, but so were fans. William Regal and Triple H were absolutely stunned as well, because they were not consulted about that decision in the slightest.


The biggest question is who will lock Jonah into a deal first between the companies who could help him out and make sure he doesn’t have to leave the USA.

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Thanks to Wrestling Inc for the quote

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