Vince Russo talks about Bobby Lashley

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Vince Russo talks about Bobby Lashley

The Royal Rumble, one of the most anticipated pay-per-views of the entire season, will be staged on 29 January. Among the most electrifying matches on the card, there is undoubtedly the one that confronts Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley.

The 'Beast' made his umpteenth return to WWE at SummerSlam 2021, starting a new feud with Universal Champion Roman Reigns. The two clashed at Crown Jewel, with the 'Tribal Chief' coming out victorious thanks also to the fundamental help of Jey and Jimmy Uso.

The second chapter of their rivalry should have been held on 'Day 1', the first PPV of 2022. The challenge was canceled due to Reigns' positivity to the Coronavirus. Lesnar was therefore included in the contest valid for the WWE title, in which he managed to establish himself to general amazement.

In the weeks leading up to the Royal Rumble, Brock and Bobby never came to blows, limiting themselves to simple skirmishes awaiting the showdown. In the latest edition of 'Legion of RAW' on Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo explained that it would be a big mistake to get Lashley to win on Saturday.

Vince Russo on Bobby Lashley

"I can't imagine a Bobby Lashley win against Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble" - admitted Vince Russo. "For me, it would be a big mistake to get 'The All Mighty' to win.

I have nothing personal against Lashley, mind you, but I wouldn't think that a credible outcome. It is not possible to cancel Bobby's parable in recent months, he would mean making fun of the fans. Lesnar has all the credentials to beat his opponent, perhaps without humiliating him” - he added.

Vince then analyzed Damian Priest's future: “I don't quite understand where WWE wants to go with him. The risk is that fans no longer see him as an attractive character, which would be a real shame. The company should make sure that his talent emerges more clearly.

This turned into a fairly big thing, heavily talked about on social media but also noted among those on the inside. Mobley was also under the gun for speaking publicly on subjects that WWE doesn't want stuff talked about.

One person very close to the situation noted the negative reaction to this and said that she is not the only one in this situation, and actually this is typical of many of the writers. But where they were embarrassed by this is that by going public, it makes WWE to the outside world look "blindingly stupid." '