Bobby Lashley is experiencing a kind of second youth in WWE and has no intention of giving up. 'The All Mighty' defeated Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble 2022 to win the WWE Championship and leave everyone speechless.
The Beast took its revenge at Crown Jewel earlier this month, but his victory was quite controversial and one wonders when the showdown will take place between the two. “They are two real giants and they were having a great match at Crown Jewel, but that ending was far from right.
The ending was disappointing, it is useless to go around it. WWE probably didn't want to harm either athlete, and a modest ending ensued. I don't want to see Brock and Bobby in the same ring until WrestleMania 39, ”commented former WWE manager Jim Cornette.
In a lengthy interview with 'NBC10 Boston' to promote the Survivor Series, Bobby Lashley revealed that he is looking forward to the next fight with Lesnar.
Bobby Lashley opens up on Brock Lesnar
“It was not essential for me to defeat Brock Lesnar in Saudi Arabia, I mainly wanted to beat him.
He took home the victory, but it was I who dominated the match. No one had ever seen Brock in such trouble before tonight. Now we have one win each and I can't wait for the showdown to come," said Bobby Lashley. In the same interview, Bobby had nice words for Logan Paul: “I have a lot of respect for Logan, because he took this job very seriously and got trained by some legends of this business.
He is not just a famous person who wants to show off and make a good impression in front of the cameras. He has signed a real deal with WWE, he's one of us, and he's working hard to prove he's up to it. I'm really curious to see what he will do in the coming months”.
'The Maverick' had an excellent performance against Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel, but had to surrender to the overwhelming power of the 'Tribal Chief' During the latest episode of Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard, the long-time executive was asked whether the company reconsidered releasing Kristal due to her relationship with Lashey.
"Ah, you know, see now that has nothing to do with HR there because you are in a contract. But you know, it's professional. It's business," said Prichard. "Sometimes things just don't work for one; they work out for the other."