Bronson Reed Wants To Continue Protecting His Tsunami Finisher

"It's five years now where no one has kicked out of it" points out the recently-returned WWE Superstar.

WWE Raw Superstar Bronson Reed spoke recently about his finisher, the Tsunami, and wanting to keep it a protected move. Speaking to Joel Pearl of Fightful, the former NXT North American Champion explained:

"I feel like I have a finishing move that is special. I speak about this a lot [...] it’s five years now where no one has kicked out of it. Since I started calling it the Tsunami no one has kicked out of it, and I want to keep it that way. Hopefully I keep beating people with it. Keep it devastating. I also threw Ali into the timekeeper’s chair this Monday. So those viral moments I’m going to keep making happen."

Reed, also known as Jonah Rock, was released from his WWE contract in 2021, but made a surprise return at the end of last year as a paid mercenary assisting The Miz. He recently took part in this year's men's Elimination Chamber match for the WWE United States Championship.

As well as title success in NXT during his original stint with WWE, Reed has also enjoyed success in other promotions. He feuded with Josh Alexander in IMPACT Wrestling, and enjoyed a surprise victory over Kazuchika Okada in New Japan's annual G1 Climax tournament. 

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