As part of WWE's budget cuts in 2021, the Australian wrestling star Bronson Reed was let go. However, his departure was a blessing in disguise because it gave him a chance to dominate the wrestling scene in NJPW and IMPACT as JONAH.
He returned to WWE at the end of 2022 and has since demonstrated that he is a force to be reckoned with, as demonstrated by his outstanding performance at the Elimination Chamber in February. Reed recently spoke with Fightful about how his time away from WWE gave him hope that he would return one day.
He stated that the experience gave him the confidence to return to WWE and showed him that he could remain a commodity elsewhere. Reed never wavered from his goal of joining WWE's main roster, even after he was let go. Because he had never been a part of RAW, SmackDown, or any other premium live event, he always thought there was work to be done.
However, when he returned to WWE and made a name for himself, it was clear that the time he spent away from the company helped him improve his wrestling skills and become an even better wrestler.
Reed comes back with vengeance: Amazing Performance in WWE RAW
Reed's return to WWE has been breathtaking.
He has been doing very well on RAW and participated in his first Chamber match, which shows how good of a wrestler he is. He is back with a vengeance, ready to take on anyone who comes his way, and he has demonstrated that his time away from WWE only strengthened him as a competitor.
Bronson Reed's absence from WWE proved to be a valuable experience that gave him the self-assurance and abilities he required to return to the company and have a significant impact. He is now one of the WWE's most exciting wrestlers, and fans eagerly anticipate his future matches.
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