*Spoiler* Who's next for Bobby Lashley after WrestleMania?

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*Spoiler* Who's next for Bobby Lashley after WrestleMania?

During the Monday Night Raw live broadcast during the night, which was the first weekly WWE show immediately after WrestleMania 37, the Stamford federation wanted to crown a new No. 1 contender at the WWE Championship, who remained sensationally at the side of Bobby Lashley, even after the match he had against Scotsman Drew McIntyre, which opened the historic first evening of the Showcase of the Immortals, which aired from Tampa Bay.

During the Raw evening, WWE announced a triple threat match that would air as the main event, in which the winner could go to challenge WWE's All Mighty at the company's next PPV: Backlash, scheduled for next May 16th.

Randy Orton, Braun Strowman and Drew McIntyre had the honor and the burden of taking part in the closing three-way match of Monday Night Raw, with the contention that, however, had very little time available, given that how as usual, the WWE has gone a little too long with the times, even overstepping the USA Network schedule a bit.

Bobby Lashley's next WWE Title challenger possibly revealed

To triumph in the triple threat that closed Raw, it was the Scottish that Bobby Lashley has already defeated in WrestleMania, Drew McIntyre, with the thing that left the fans of the WWE Universe most amazed, which however arrived during the celebrations of the "Scottish psycho" in the post-match.

Surprisingly attacking McIntyre, in fact, arrived T-Bar and Mace, former members of the Retribution, who with a double Chokeslam landed the former WWE champion, starting a feud with him. The even more sensational thing is that on the stage, in the meantime, MVP had already come out, who looked with satisfaction at the two former Retribution, as a sign of approval for them.

Apparently, after the departure of Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin, WWE seems to have already found two worthy fighters to replace the two exes, with Bobby Lashley now appearing to be in an iron barrel. With a great victory at WrestleMania, Braun Strowman enters RAW with momentum on his side.

It makes a lot of sense since Braun Strowman was on the cusp of WWE Title contention late last year before getting backtracked with an injury. Strowman has been out of the Title picture ever since, but now that his feud with Shane McMahon on RAW is done, it's time for him to move on to bigger things. Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley would be a great pay-per-view clash between two premier heavyweights.