WWE Superstars give their all for the fans. They also know that opportunities in the company can be passing, so they must jump on every chance they can to perform. For Bronson Reed, that called for him working through an illness.
Bronson Reed made his WWE television in December 2022, after a stint in NJPW after Vince McMahon fired him. He was paired up with The Miz, but that partnership is already over. Now, Reed is on to his next mission on the roster.
During this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw, Bronson Reed faced off against Bobby Lashley in a hard-hitting match that ended in a count-out when they spilled out of the ring. Despite the match being short, fans were entertained as the collision took place in the ring. Through it all, Reed was wrestling through a nasty illness.
Bronson Reed logged into Twitter, where he revealed that this week was not a good one for him. Despite suffering from the flu, Reed still got himself to Seattle and competed on RAW.
“Story ain’t over. Been sick all week with the flu, uncle Bobby still hasn’t felt me at my full force. Stay tuned.”
Fans of Bronson Reed are eagerly awaiting his next move, because the Australian powerhouse could still do big things in WWE. With his talent and determination, it’s clear that Reed won’t let a little flu slow him down on his path to success, or cost him television time.
Bronson Reed is one of the many WWE Superstars that fans might also be worried about right now. Since Vince McMahon is back with the company, it’s anyone’s guess how long it will be until he starts cutting some of those previously released Superstars.
What’s your take on Bronson Reed’s time in WWE so far? Is Vince McMahon going to start cleaning house? Sound off in the comments!