Surprising WWE Star Believes They Will Never Lose On Raw

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Being undefeated on Monday Night Raw is a goal for one member of the WWE roster.

A string of victories has been a frequent tactic to build stars for the future and to hopefully make the first defeat a monumental occasion. Notable undefeated streaks in wrestling have included Goldberg’s 173 consecutive victories and Asuka’s even more dominant display with 244 wins while competing in NXT and main roster WWE.

Bronson Reed Aims To Be Undefeated On WWE Raw

One Raw Superstar who has started to gain significant momentum on the red brand is Bronson Reed, who debuted on the main roster in December 2022 following a return to the company. On a recent episode of Raw, Reed would defeat Chad Gable in a quick match to continue his dominance.

Speaking on The Overnight Crowd podcast, the former North American Champion has stated that he will never lose a match on a televised programme:

“I don’t see myself ever losing on a Monday night. At the moment, I’m undefeated on Monday Night Raw. Obviously, I was in Elimination Chamber, but it took three men to get me out of there. I don’t plan on losing to anyone they put in front of me. I’m going to demolish,”

Reed’s only loss since the return took place in the Men’s Elimination Chamber match, where multiple finishing moves were required to eliminate him from the match. In the same interview, Bronson Reed would describe his feelings regarding stepping inside of the chamber, along with a goal for a future match stipulation:

“That’s a bucket list thing for me. There are only certain matches that you can do in WWE and nowhere else. The Elimination Chamber is one of them. Hell in a Cell is another that I would like to do. I was very fortunate that I came back, steamrolling competition straight away, and it took me a month and a half before I was going to be on a Premium Live Event. My track record so far since I’ve been back has been impressive and I look forward to being involved in more them.”

H/t to Fightful for the use of transcriptions.