Bobby Lashley: I’ll Be Ready To Fight At WrestleMania, I Don’t Care Who It Is
Following reports that Bray Wyatt could be sidelined for a bit due to “physical issue,” Bobby Lashley is letting it be known he’s ready to face anyone at WrestleMania 39.
Lashley took to Twitter early on Monday to share a photo of himself, and say that he had worked “too hard to be denied.” He went on to say that he would “be ready to fight on the biggest stage of them all,” and that he didn’t care who his opponent was, that they’d feel “the wrath of the All-Mighty” regardless.
Lashley’s comments come following a report that Wyatt — who had challenged Lashley to a match at WrestleMania 39 — had been sidelined by a “physical issue.” As of this writing, sources close to Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp weren’t sure about a timeline for Wyatt’s return. Sapp stated that there hasn’t been any word on Wyatt’s rumored walk-out due to creative issues, however.
In the report, Sapp cited sources who claimed that Wyatt was pulled from other scheduled appearances due to the aforementioned physical issues. During his absence, Bobby Lashley has continued to build his feud with Wyatt; he addressed their rivalry in a promo on the March 6 episode of WWE RAW.
I’ve worked too hard to be denied.
I will be ready to fight on the biggest stage of them all, #WrestleMania.
I don’t care who it is, somebody will feel the wrath of the All-Mighty. pic.twitter.com/os5kWLcatO
— Bobby Lashley (@fightbobby) March 13, 2023
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