Bronson Reed Opens Up About WWE Return

Bronson Reed Has Opened Up About His WWE Return

Bronson Reed is among the many different wrestlers who were released by Vince McMahon but brought back to WWE when Triple H took over creative control. Since his comeback, Reed was a paid heavy for The Miz, and later had a strong showing inside the Elimination Chamber when fighting for the United States Championship. Aside from that, things have been more understated for Reed, with things hopefully coming after WrestleMania 39 is over. 

Speaking to Joe Perl at Fightful, Reed talked about his return to the company and how his time away in the likes of NJPW and IMPACT helped him in his comeback to WWE; 

"I feel like, if anything, it gave me more confidence to come back here to WWE. I don’t have a chip on my shoulder, but it proved to me that I could go elsewhere and I could do other things and still be a commodity. Enough so that I could come back here to the WWE. I always had that in the back of my head that there was unfinished business. I didn’t get to be on a RAW or SmackDown or these premium live events. So now I’m back here, I’m killing it on RAW and I’m in my first Chamber match. Things seem to be working out. If anything, that time away almost helped me to come back for this run."

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