Bronson Reed on returning to WWE and how difficult the decision was

"Because I feel like WWE is obviously the Mecca of pro wrestling, but it is also the place where people can either become something really special or they can sort of stay stagnant"

by Sead Dedovic
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Bronson Reed on returning to WWE and how difficult the decision was

Bronson Reed joined NJPW two years ago after WWE had budget cuts. However, after the arrival of Triple H as the head of the company, Reed returned. In an interview with the media, Reed talked about whether he had doubts about returning to WWE, and how difficult the decision was: “No, you know, it is something I weighed up.

I did have obviously an offer from them as well as the same time, speaking with Hunter and WWE. And for me, it was the unknown that attracted me so much to WWE. There was so much that I wanted to do in my initial run. And I’d got to NXT, I’d become North American champion, but I never got to be in a Raw or a Smackdown, or do any of the Premium Live Events like a Royal Rumble or WrestleMania, Backlash any of these things.

So that was that was the big thing that persuaded me is, I wanted to be a part of those things and see how I go. Because I feel like WWE is obviously the Mecca of pro wrestling, but it is also the place where people can either become something really special or they can sort of stay stagnant.

And I want to see if I can become special. So that’s why I came back, and already I’ve been on Elimination Chamber [and] Backlash, and I’m gonna keep gunning for more. ”-he said, as quoted by pwmania.com

Bronson Reed and his career

Reed is a wrestler who always looks ahead and wants to become better.

He never had doubts about himself and his quality. “Yeah, I mean, 100% I had that. I think it’s something that probably a lot of pro wrestlers go through whether it’s family, friends, people just thinking, ‘Oh yeah, you’re not gonna get to those peaks that you think about.’ But even more som being from Australia on the other side of the world in a small little town.

And now I look at the Australian wrestling scene, and look how many of us are actually doing well here in WWE. It blows my mind, but if there wasn’t people like myself chasing that dream, there wouldn’t be representation for all those people in Australia.

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