The Australian wrestler was expected to play a prominent role at Elimination Chamber 2024 in Perth on February 24, but the Monday Night Raw results mean that, unlike Australian Rhea Ripley, he will be watching from the sidelines.
The former NXT North American Champion had a chance to qualify for the Men's Elimination Chamber against Bobby Lashley, but failed.
Instead, it's All Mighty heading to the premium live event and Bronson is left at a crossroads.
He tweeted after Monday's show: 'All my life I've dreamed of wrestling in a @WWE PLE in my country. I failed my people, myself and my family. Sorry.'
The 35-year-old reiterated how upset he is about missing out on the opportunity to be part of the card in an exclusive WWE Raw backstage interview.
'Super disappointed. This is what I’ve dreamed of my whole life, being able to be in a WWE PLE in my home country of Australia,” he said.
'And I feel like I've let my family down, I've let the fans down and I've let the whole of Australia down. I couldn't finish work tonight.
When it comes to the future, Bronson is “at his wits’ end” and isn’t sure how to save his 2024.
'I do not know where I'm going. I planned for 2024 to be a big year for the 'Great' Bronson Reed. But it's not going to go to plan, so I'm at my wit's end and eventually I'm going to explode.
As it stands, Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, Bobby Lashley and LA Knight have earned a spot in the men's chamber, with Dominik Mysterio vs. Kevin Owens and LA Knight vs.
For the women's edition, Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair and Liv Morgan have already secured their places.
Elsewhere on the program in Perth, Bronson's fellow Australian Rhea Ripley will defend her Women's World Championship against Nia Jax in a massive match for the Judgment Day leader and her fans.
WWE Elimination Chamber: Perth 2024 UK start time
WWE Elimination Chamber: Perth will kick off at 10am for fans in the UK due to the time difference.
There will be a Kickoff show starting one hour earlier at 9am.
Fans in the UK can follow the action via the WWE Network or TNT Sports Box Office, but that will all change in January 2025 when WWE programming moves to Netflix as part of a massive $5 billion deal.
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