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Bronson Reed is already picking a fight in AEW

Bronson Reed’s shocking release from WWE happened less than one week ago. After voicing his displeasure with WWE’s sudden decision, Reed is now looking ahead to what’s next in his pro wrestling career.

Perhaps his future includes a match against Miro? Bronson tweeted out a thinly-coded message during Dynamite last night, where he essentially called out AEW’s current TNT champion:

We’ve seen this kind of tweet before. The first letter of each word going down the column spells out “GIVE ME MIRO.”

If past reports remain accurate, then NXT contracts include a 30 day non-compete clause. Bronson Reed was released on Aug. 6, so his 30 day period would end right around the day of AEW’s All Out pay-per-view, coming up on Sept. 5. Even if he isn’t available to compete on that card, AEW has plenty of television time to fill now that Rampage is debuting on Friday nights. Miro is going to need some new challengers when the best AEW can come up with right now is a jobber.

Would you be interested in AEW bringing in Bronson Reed for a match against Miro?

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