Bobby Lashley will have to defend his belt



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Bobby Lashley will have to defend his belt

The title change for the Smackdown Women's Championship that aired on Money in the Bank wasn't the only big change for the Stamford-based company on PPV night, with another match that saw a former WWE Champion come out as a winner on his own, although the match was for a Monday Night Raw secondary belt.

Bobby Lashley managed inserted Theory in his Hurt Lock and made him give up in seconds. Bobby Lashley thus reaches three US titles won, with the All Mighty seeming to have already ended his feud against the selfie boy, who was expected to start his feud against John Cena, if the rumors were running for weeks they had been confirmed and that is that the boy should have gone to fight against John Cena in Summerslam, while instead Lashley vs Theory has been confirmed as a rematch of the summer Big Four, since there is still no trace of Cena's presence.

Big challenge for Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley was on RAW this week, celebrating his dominant victory at Hell in a Cell. He was interrupted by Theory and asked to leave the ring. Lashley threw down a challenge for the US Champion to put his title on the line.

The 24-year-old declined and stopped to take a selfie before getting kicked out of the ring by the former two-time WWE Champion. In the last few hours, WWE has confirmed that the federation's All Mighty will set up an open challenge valid for the US title in tonight's Monday Night Raw episode, which will air on USA Network televisions as it does every week.

At the moment we obviously don't know who will respond to the challenge launched by the massive Raw wrestler, also because his Summerslam challenger will instead be expected in a 1 vs 1 match with Riddle. Among the many appearances that we will see tonight, there will also be that of the WWE Beast, who will return after the appearance of Smackdown, in which he launched his challenge to the archenemy Roman Reigns, with Brock Lesnar appearing like this after several months on the televisions of Monday Night Raw, ahead of his Summerslam Last Man Standing Match, against the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns.

In short, a lot of meat in the fire for WWE this Monday, with fans who are no longer in the skin waiting to see what will happen in the three hours of wrestling on USA Network.