NXT: Bryanston on future and his future as NXT coach

Posted August 04, 2018 16:04:16 It’s been a tumultuous few months for Bryanston.

The WWE superstar was recently named NXT coach, and was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in Las Vegas in March.

He was later cleared by an independent review of the allegations, but was banned from working in WWE for six months.

Bryanston was then forced to resign from his role as NXT head coach.

Bryanstone said the decision was a “big loss” for NXT, but also for the sport in general.

“It was a big loss for NXT and the NXT brand in general,” Bryanston told The Courier-Mail.

I’m not a celebrity. “

I am a family man.

I’m not a celebrity.

I am just a man who is passionate about NXT.”

He was also quick to defend his comments, saying: “I didn’t mean any of that to be mean-spirited or anything like that.

I just wanted to let people know that we are a family here.”

But when asked whether his comments were taken out of context, Bryanston said: “No, no, no.

It wasn’t anything like this.”

It was the second time in less than a month that Bryanston has been forced to defend himself against allegations of sexual assault.

In April, the Australian Olympic Committee suspended him indefinitely after the Australian women’s team was accused by the women’s body of sexual misconduct, which the women did not publicly deny.

He also said he would no longer coach the Australian men’s team.

But he was reinstated to coach the NXT team in September, just three months after being stripped of his NXT title.

“You can’t take that for granted.

You know, I can’t be that guy,” Bryanstone told The Australian.

“That’s not my character.

“But I can say that I’ve been given an opportunity to step away from NXT and my life. “

“And that’s my decision.” “

In the meantime, the 32-year-old Bryanston is working on a new book and plans to take his daughter on a family holiday to Australia. “

And that’s my decision.”

In the meantime, the 32-year-old Bryanston is working on a new book and plans to take his daughter on a family holiday to Australia.

He said he had never been to Australia before, but that his daughter was looking forward to it.

“My daughter is a big believer in everything Australia stands for, and that she’s proud to be a citizen of,” Bryan said.

I miss the camaraderie. “

The thing is, I’m going to miss the people.

I miss the camaraderie.

He also told The Daily Telegraph that he was “100 per cent positive” that he would be coaching NXT again in the future. “

This is my life and I love it.”

He also told The Daily Telegraph that he was “100 per cent positive” that he would be coaching NXT again in the future.

He told the newspaper that he planned to return to his previous role as head of the NXT Performance Center.

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