JONAH Says He's On A 'Short-Term Agreement' With IMPACT Wrestling

JONAH made his IMPACT debut at Turning Point, taking out former IMPACT World Champion Josh Alexander.

JONAH (formerly Bronson Reed in WWE), was released by WWE on August 6 after a run with the NXT North American Championship and working dark matches on the main roster. After settling his visa situation, he appeared for NJPW STRONG before showing up in IMPACT.

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Speaking on Busted Open Radio, JONAH discussed his 2022 outlook while giving some information on his deals with IMPACT and NJPW.

"2022, I'm very excited for myself and professional wrestling. It's exciting for everyone that is a fan of professional wrestling as well. You're going to be able to see people wrestle different places and wrestle different opponents that you never thought you'd be able to see. Almost some dream matches will happen next year. There is that forbidden door that people keep walking through. For someone like myself who, I have an agreement with New Japan. I have short-term agreement with IMPACT. You never know where I could be in 2022," he said.

JONAH is set to face Alexander at IMPACT Hard to Kill. He will also compete in PWG Battle of Los Angeles 2022.

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