Bronson Reed returns to WWE on Monday Night RAW

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During broadcasts of Monday Night RAW via USA Network, the fighter Bronson Reed made his return to WWE for the first time in sixteen months.

This week on RAW, audiences in Des Moines, Iowa saw Dexter Lumis and The Miz faced in a “double or nothing” of stairs for the money that “The Freak” obtained at the hands of the fighter and actor. When he was close to victory, Lumis was stopped by a Bronson Reed who crushed him with the Tsunamileaving the victory served to “The Awesome”.

The race of Jermaine Haley started in 2007, making a stint of more than a decade with companies like Pro-Wrestling NOAH, PROGRESS and PWG, just to name a few. In 2019, the wrestler made his WWE debut as Bronson Reedbecoming one of the protagonists of NXT back then.

Reed went on to lift the NXT North American Championship before his dismissal on August 6, 2021. Since then, the now renamed JONAH participated in companies such as New Japan Pro-Wrestling and IMPACTincluding a prominent role in the G1 Climax 32.

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