Bronson Reed Teases Match Against AEW TNT Champion Miro After WWE Release

Published 08/13/2021, 8:29 AM EDT


WWE released former NXT superstar Bronson Reed with 12 other superstars earlier this month. However, Bronson has been active on his social media; this time calling out the AEW TNT Champion Miro through Twitter.

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The way Reed conveyed the message to fight Miro is creative, to say the least. Ever since he got released, Reed has expressed his thoughts on Twitter; this includes the night he got released where he stated WWE does not know what they’ve done.

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Reed took to Twitter and challenged AEW’s Miro in a rather interesting Tweet. He wrote, “Grinding In Violence Every Match Every Moment Is Reality Of… course,”.

If we take the first letter of every word, we would get – “GIVE ME MIRO”. Intriguing isn’t it?

Since this Tweet, several fans who religiously have chipped in their insights about who might win if ever these Goliaths collide. Australian pro-wrestler Cassie Lee, formerly known as Peyton Royce from her time in WWE replied to Reed’s tweet and said that he should go for it.

Reed is currently serving his standard no-compete clause from WWE, and the reason this tweet projects a possibility of moving to AEW is that on the day of his release, Reed took Twitter and tagged several wrestling promotions saying that he is free and ready to prove.

If Reed moves to AEW, then fighting with Miro makes so much sense because both the wrestlers have almost the same fighting style and give dominant performances inside the ring.

Bronson Reed couldn’t stop to take shots on WWE

Reed received some attention on Twitter when he tweeted a gif while NXT aired on the USA Network. The tweet came when Odyssey Jones defeated Trey Baxter in a semi-finals match in the 2021 NXT Breakout Tournament.

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He tweeted a clip from The Simpsons where Elvis said, “Ehh, this show ain’t no good,” and fired a gun at his TV, indicating that he found the NXT program boring.

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Although Reed was rumored to soon debut on the main roster Vince McMahon had other ideas regarding the revamping of the NXT brand, and he did not see Reed fit for that.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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