Bronson Reed made his NXT debut In 2019. He was never regarded as one of the best wrestlers in the developmental brand, but he still succeeded in becoming popular for his destructive persona and imposing size. Reed was eventually released from the company in 202, however, thanks to Triple H, Reed was able to return, and now cannot see himself losing on Monday Nights.
Since rejoining WWE in December 2022 and assisting The Miz in defeating Dexter Lumis in a ladder match, Bronson Reed has dominated the competition. Moreover, he most recently defeated Elias on the March 13th edition of RAW.
Furthermore, Bronson Reed also has victories over superstars Mustafa Ali, Akira Tozawa, Chad Gable, and others. His imposing style and intimidating persona make him a top prospect on Monday Nights.
Speaking of Monday Night RAW, that seems one place where Bronson Reed cannot see himself ending up in the loser column. He elaborated on the same during a recent interview on Overnight Crowd.
“I don’t see myself ever losing on a Monday night. At the moment, I’m undefeated on Monday Night Raw. Obviously, I was in Elimination Chamber, but it took three men to get me out of there. I don’t plan on losing to anyone they put in front of me. I’m going to demolish.”
Bronson Reed further continued, talking about the Elimination Chamber match he was involved in last month and other things on his WWE bucket list.
“That’s a bucket list thing for me. There are only certain matches that you can do in WWE and nowhere else. The Elimination Chamber is one of them. Hell in a Cell is another that I would like to do. I was very fortunate that I came back, steamrolling competition straight away, and it took me a month and a half before I was going to be on a Premium Live Event. My track record so far since I’ve been back has been impressive and I look forward to being involved in more them.”
As of now, Bronson Reed is not scheduled for a match at the upcoming event, WrestleMania 39. We will have to wait and see on the final week before Mania if Bronson Reed manages to secure his place for the Showcase of the Immortals.
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