Former WWE NXT star Bronson Reed has said he’s in talks with “major promotions” following his recent release from WWE.
Reed, now going by the name JONAH, was a guest on the latest episode of Busted Open Radio, during which he talked about his future.
“I’m in talks with the major promotions at the moment. I can’t really say any which way where I’m leaning towards. But I do think that what I do offer, a 340-pound man that can go, I don’t think AEW really has that. IMPACT does have some bigger talent, but no one that’s my mold either. So I think I would fit in IMPACT or AEW.
“But I am a huge fan, and I did wrestle in Japan for a long time, so that is definitely somewhere I would like to work again. Granted, visas, immigration, and everything makes it a little difficult at the moment. So, for me at the moment, it’s sort of working on my immigration status. And hopefully in the next few weeks, I’ll have an answer for the fans of where you’ll be able to see me.”
Bronson Reed was seemingly on the verge of a main roster call-up before his release, which made it even more confusing, and he’s said that he wasn’t told the reason so he’s been questioning himself ever since.
Quote via Wrestling Inc