In recent months, several former WWE Superstars have returned since Triple H became the head of creativity within the Stamford federation. Despite everything, it would seem that there are more returns on the way. After Sarah Logan in the November 11 edition of Friday Night SmackDown with the Viking Raiders, it is now reported that WWE would contact another former athlete.
If recent reports are anything to go by, Triple H will likely bring Jonah, formerly known as Bronson Reed, back to WWE more than a year after he was released.
Update on Jonah's status
During a recent episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, the famous journalist Dave Meltzer noticed that WWE had spoken to Jonah, also known as Bronson Reed, and they had offered him a contract: “Jonah has an offer from WWE and has to make a decision.
. It will be up to him to choose whether to stay in New Japan or return to WWE. He's had a great run in New Japan and we'll see what he decides." Another celebrated reporter Bryan Alvarez added that his farewell from WWE was a surprise to everyone involved: “He had a great adventure at NXT, and when he was released, I mean everyone including him obviously was shocked.
But now it's a different management, before there was Vince McMahon now not anymore. "Dave Meltzer instead said that the most important factor in the decision will probably be the amount offered to him:" In reality he would do much better in New Japan than in WWE but there is a big difference in money between the two.
They are two completely different federations, so many would choose WWE but some would choose New Japan as well." Jonah signed with WWE in January 2019 to go to NXT. During his time with the yellow and black show he took the North American title.
However, a call never came in the main roster and was released in August 2021. After his farewell to WWE, the 1988-born wrestler continued to fight in IMPACT Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Guerrillla and especially New Japan Pro.
-Wrestling participating in the G1 Climax and facing wrestlers of the caliber of Kazuchika Okada and Hiroshi Tanahashi. “I’ve heard one name over the last few weeks and that’s Jonah. Great G1 [Climax], I talked to a friend over there casually in Connecticut (…) he’s a name.
Bronson Reed got the s**t end of the stick with his positioning. He’s very good, he has the size, he had this awesome entrance with the background."