Bobby Lashley is moving on after WWE Hell In A Cell.
“You know, it was kinda bittersweet. First of all, the Chicago crowd is alive, and they made me feel really good to be back out there and just doing what I did. I’ve been through a lot of bumps and bruises this year. And I feel like right now I’m starting to get back on the road. I’m engaging with the crowd, the crowd loves me, I love them. Everything seems good.”
Lashley then explained that MVP turning his back on him still hurts, but he’s moving on after Hell In A Cell.
That part with MVP, it still kinda hurts me a little bit. We’ve been through a lot. And for what he did and turned his back on me, I think that was just uncalled for. So I wish that never happened but it happened. So for me, I settled our differences, put him in the Hurt Lock, put him to sleep. Now I can move on to bigger and better things.”
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