Bronson Reed (JONAH) Says Immigration And Visa Process Caused Him To Miss IMPACT Bound For Glory

Bronson Reed (JONAH) was released by WWE on August 6 and, despite being one of the top free agents on the market, has yet to find a new home.

JONAH has hinted at joining a top company and Fightful Select has reported that NJPW has an interest in the former NXT North American Champion.

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Fightful Select also reported that IMPACT Wrestling had booked JONAH for Bound For Glory, but he was then unbooked.

Speaking to Wrestling Inc, JONAH explained why he missed IMPACT Bound For Glory.

“At the moment, it’s everything to do with immigration, so I’m not able, legally, to do anything wrestling wise until all my immigration is sorted, but it should be sorted very soon, and I’m very happy about that," he said. "It’s a complete nightmare. That’s how it works, but no issues. Everything’s pretty much set in stone now. I have a great set of lawyers, actually, helping me out. As of next week, things should be set in stone for me to be able to work places. I’m not gonna say anything, but I think November, you’ll get to see JONAH around some places.”

It is unknown when JONAH will officially make his return to the ring or which company he will show up in.

While he hasn't been able to wrestle, JONAH has started his JONAHDROME podcast. You can watch episodes by clicking here.

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