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Bronson Reed’s WrestleMania Absence: A Reflection on WWE’s Talent Utilization

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Bronson Reed, despite a year of building momentum, was noticeably absent from WrestleMania 40, marking the second year in a row he has missed the event. His victory in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal on SmackDown served as a reminder of his potential, yet also highlighted his absence from the main WrestleMania card.

Key Moments

  • Reed faced personal obstacles that kept him out of the Elimination Chamber and ultimately WrestleMania 40.
  • He won this week’s Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal, proving his worth among the RAW and SmackDown stars.
  • Expressed his disappointment on Twitter about missing WrestleMania for two years in a row, vowing never to miss it again.

Why It Matters

The situation with Bronson Reed sheds light on broader issues within WWE concerning the use of talent and how athlete setbacks can derail promising careers. Reed’s accomplishments and ability resonate with fans, suggesting he deserves more significant opportunities. His expressed frustration reflects a sentiment shared by many in the wrestling community, questioning WWE’s decision-making and talent management.

Looking Forward

Fans and critics alike will be watching closely to see if Bronson Reed’s recent victory and public statements catalyze a change in his WWE trajectory, possibly securing him a spot in more prominent matches and events moving forward. Reed’s determination to never miss WrestleMania again might just be the motivation needed to push his career to new heights.

Do you think WWE is fully leveraging Bronson Reed’s potential? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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