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Bronson Reed On Getting Released From WWE, How He Got His Ring Name

Posted By: Joe West on Sep 28, 2021

Bronson Reed On Getting Released From WWE, How He Got His Ring Name

Former WWE NXT star Bronson Reed was a guest on Chris Van Vliet's podcast, where he spoke about getting released from WWE.

“Well, it was very shocking at first. I would be lying if I would say I wasn’t upset and angry, and all the emotions that come with something like this. It’s like the seven stages of grief. Even though I didn’t physically lose anyone, it was kind of like Bronson Reed had died. I’d spent the last few years investing in myself and becoming that character of Bronson Reed. But now that’s over and I have to look for something new. I’m bringing back a little bit of what I did before WWE and becoming Jonah again, but it was hard. I’ve been able to deal with it pretty well though. I’ve had hardships in life and in the professional wrestling business before, and that has sort of prepared me for this day if it was to come. I just didn’t think it would be any time soon.”

He also spoke on how he got the name Bronson Reed.

“I pitched Jonah maybe 100 times. My name was Jonah Rock, and they didn’t want the Rock part, obviously. I pitched all different last names for Jonah, and they just wanted to get rid of Jonah. So, I came up with a bunch of different first names and a bunch of different last names. They picked Bronson and Reed and they put it together. I feel that that’s how a lot of people recently got their names.”

Source: rajah.com
Tags: #wwe #bronson reed

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