Bobby Lashley Speaks About Possibly Reviving The Hurt Business

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Bobby Lashley Speaks About Possibly Reviving The Hurt Business

Bobby Lashley currently holds the WWE Title and he spoke about possibly reviving the Hurt Business in the future. Lashley has lost a lot over the past few months as he fought to rise to the top in WWE. He was once part of The Hurt Business.

The members were Lashley, MVP, Shelton Benjamin, and Cedric Alexander. The group split after Lashley attacked Shelton and Cedric on the road to WrestleMania 37. He fought Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 37 for the WWE Title which Drew held at that time.

Lashley spoke at Metro about the rumors that suggest Lashley might try to revive the Hurt Business.

Bobby Lashley Talks About Possibly Reviving The Hurt Business in The Future

“I’m comfortable with staying in my lane,” Lashley said.

“In the wrestling business, I think too many people start worrying about so many other things and then they don’t focus on their career. Ultimately, we have to make sure our career is great before trying to do anybody else’s stuff”.

He did admit that The Hurt Business revival does have a lot of potential, even though he is doing very well as a solo performer with MVP at his side at all times almost. “There’s lots of guys on the roster that I look and I’m like, man, he looks good – he’s tough, he’s that and he’s that.

Once we have that opportunity, we might open up the Hurt Business and bring some people in and help fuel their career,” Lashley said. “But it’s one of those things where I have to focus on me for a little while, and I gotta make sure I’m defending the world title”.

Lashley then praised his former teammates and stated that MVP helped them reach their full potential. “They’re just a great talent, both of those guys are just amazing. That was the thing that the Hurt Business was, it was what MVP was doing with everybody.

MVP was helping people reach their potential,” Bobby Lashley said. “Before, those guys were guys that everybody knew they had that it factor, they had what it took to become great – they just didn’t have the opportunity to show their greatness.

Then with MVP around and The Hurt Business, everybody loved it because they were like, “Wow, these guys deserve the spotlight, these guys have the spotlight and when they got the spotlight, they ran with it. Those guys have the opportunity to do it again, and we don’t know what is going to happen in the future. There’s always room for great talent like that”.