Bobby Lashley speaks about this week's episode of Raw



by   |  VIEW 542

Bobby Lashley speaks about this week's episode of Raw

After a week of absence in the final week of Monday Night Raw, WWE Champion Bobby Lashley is back. He had a bitter surprise from the result of the Main Event which effectively sanctioned a Triple Threat Match between Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre and the new arrival in the event Braun Strowman.

In the Main Event, Lashley tried together with MVP to distract Strowman and thus give the victory to the Scottish Psychopath and his next rival, but his plans did not go to fruition, also thanks to the intervention of T-Bar and Mace who have favored the victory of The Monster Among Us and made it clear, if there was a need, that they are not part of the new Hurt Business.

For the WWE Champion, therefore, a new problem since in the next Pay per View he risks losing the title even without being pinned. The arrival of Braun Strowman in the match for the WWE Championship certainly brings curiosity and more hype for the event in question.

Bobby Lashley on this week's episode of Raw

The plans of The All Mighty on Raw have not been successful but through his social media channels, Bobby Lashley has made it clear that his presence on Raw was also for another reason.

In fact, both he and MVP were there to look for new members of the Hurt Business. To clarify this a cryptic post on Twitter: "Business is not always managed only in the ring, you have to know who you are dealing with. MVP and I have done our scouting and now we know."

The message also concluded with various hashtags. In recent weeks Hurt Business has lost Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander as members, everyone expected T-Bar and Mace to be the new members of Raw's most famous Stable but the latest episode of the red show made it clear that this is not the case.

Now, on the part of the WWE Universe, there is great curiosity about who the next members of the Hurt Business will be and we will surely know more in view of Wrestlemania Backlash. In addition to his upcoming WWE Championship defense at WrestleMania Backlash, Bobby Lashley will also be contemplating the future of The Hurt Business.

The stable has been short on manpower since Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander were removed from the group. There have been instances that both prove and disprove the possibility of some affiliation between MVP and the duo of Mace and T-Bar.