Bobby Lashley struggling with WWE doctors: how is the former WWE Champion doing?
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During the evening of last Saturday, WWE broadcast from its ring built in Saudi Arabia, the last PPV before Wrestlemania 38, i.e., the Elimination Chamber, the transitional PPV that was decisive in the Road to Wrestlemania, with several titled matches that they went on stage, but with only one that saw a new federation world champion crowned.
In fact, in the main event of the evening, Brock Lesnar has again become WWE Champion of the red roster of Monday Night Raw, with the Beast of the company entering the contest before the set time, literally destroying the cage that kept him locked inside a chamber cell, knocked out all of his opponents, snatching the WWE Champion belt from the hands of former champion, Bobby Lashley.
The All Mighty, however, had been ousted from the match before with a possible injury, with Austin Theory having been thrown against his cell, while the champion was still waiting for his call with the WWE officials and medical staff, who then had to get him out.
No one knows what pain he was in, all to disguise a fake injury, which actually hid a real one in his shoulder.
Bobby Lashley in Alabama to understand the extent of his injury
While in the past few hours the WWE aired its latest episode of Monday Night Raw, with the red roster that will have a new WWE Champion up to Wrestlemania, after the Chamber, Bobby Lashley flew to Birmingham, Alabama, to visit the WWE medical staff, with the orthopedic department currently working there, in a specialized clinic used for its athletes by the McMahon-owned company.
As reported by PW Insider, the WWE doctors will now have to evaluate Bobby Lashley's injury by turning the athlete inside out, doing all the necessary tests, to understand if the All Mighty shoulder is really to be operated on and therefore the athlete will have to stay out at least four months, thus also skipping Wrestlemania 38 or if there are other possible alternatives on the table, with Vince McMahon absolutely not wanting to lose one of his 90 pieces for the Showcase of the Immortals.