WWE released Bronson Reed from his NXT contract back in August as the company believed Reed simply didn’t fit the new vision of the brand. WWE also had plans for Bronson Reed on the main roster prior to his release.

Bronson Reed also recently revealed that WWE told him to smile more. He even previously called out Miro after his WWE release, making his intentions clear.

After months of anticipation, Bronson Reed made his debut at NJPW Battle In The Valley. Going under the name Jonah, he confronted Moose after his match against Juice Robinson.

After Moose left the ring, Jonah splashed Robinson and attacked him. He also put down Robinson’s tag team partner David Finlay, who tried to save Robinson.


Jonah then proceeded to cut a promo where he said that the shackles were finally off, and it was time for the real violence to begin. He said that he was NJPW’s top dog. It remains to be seen how well Jonah will be booked in NJPW as there is a lot of potential in the young wrestler.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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