Ex-NXT star calls out Miro, possibly teasing a huge AEW debut?

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The former NXT star Bronson Reed was recently released from his contract which came upon as a major shock. He called out Miro, who is currently signed with AEW.

Many fans were enraged with the decision of WWE to release the former NXT North American Champion. The fans since then have been speculating about him joining a new promotion. Could that promotion be AEW? It could very well be as he apparently dropped some hints by calling out AEW TNT Champion Miro.

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Bronson Reed to challenge Miro in AEW?

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Bronson Reed has been quite active on social media and previously had let the top promotions like AEW, NJPW, Impact Wrestling know that he has been released by WWE. A top athlete like him would be a great signing for whoever bags the deal.

The former NXT star recently took to his Twitter account and seemingly went on to challenge Miro(formerly known as Rusev in WWE). ‘The Best Man’ has been dominant since joining Tony Khan’s promotion and captured the AEW TNT Championship from Darby Allin.

A potential match between the two heavyweights would be a huge one and AEW could be the platform as well. Reed wrote: “Grinding In Violence Every Match Every Moment Is Reality Of … course”

If the first capitalized letter of the words are joined then it reads out, “Give Me Miro.”

Miro is scheduled to defend his title against Fuego del Sol on this Friday’s AEW Rampage at 10 pm ET on TNT.

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You can check out the Tweet below:

Bronson Reed was among the several released stars

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WWE had been cutting the talents due to budget cuts and the recent round of release saw a handful of stars who were let go by the gold and black brand. It also includes stars like Bobby Fish and Leon Ruff. Fightful Select had reported that “the majority” of the released stars have 30-day non-compete clauses.

Following the release, Reed had taken to his social media account and opened up on WWE’s decision. He had said:

” I just wanted to reach out to you guys, and I’m just very thankful. The love and support that I’ve received online is just incredible. I was trending on Twitter, and that means a lot to me that a lot of you feel for me and will still continue to follow me no matter what.”

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