Jonah (Bronson Reed) Appears At Impact Turning Point, Attacks Josh Alexander

The former NXT North American champion makes an impact

Jonah made a surprise appearance for Impact Wrestling at Turning Point on Saturday night in Las Vegas, debuting by attacking former Impact World champion Josh Alexander.

Alexander was in the ring, talking about winning then immediately losing the Impact World title last month at Bound For Glory. He said he would be at ringside for the night's World title bout between Moose and Eddie Edwards, when he was suddenly attacked by Jonah.

Jonah took Alexander down and dropped repeated sentons and top rope splashes on him, causing blood to spill from Alexander's mouth. Jonah also attacked several referees when they tried to intervene.

Jonah eventually walked away from the downed Alexander, only to return, take some blood from Alexander's mouth, and smear it across his own shirt.

The former Bronson Reed also appeared last week at NJPW's Battle in the Valley, confronting Moose, and beating down both Juice Robinson and David Finlay.

As Reed, Jonah wrestled for WWE beginning in 2019 and up until his release this past August. During his time in NXT, Reed held the brand's North American title for six weeks in May and June.

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