Bobby Lashley has revealed which stipulation he would want for a match with Brock Lesnar should the two meet again in the ring.
The two have had two singles matches so far: at the 2022 Royal Rumble, where Lashley defeated Lesnar to win the WWE Championship, and at WWE Crown Jewel 2022, where Lesnar pinned Lashley for the win.
Speaking on the November 9 episode of WWE’s The Bump, Lashley spoke about times the two had faced each other in the past:
“Me and Brock have had this thing for a long time, and I think the wins and losses, that is important. But how I look at it, I have one and he has one.
“In a perfect world, I wish I would have won that one and then said that I had 2-0 and then kind of sent him on his way. But you never know when Brock’s gonna come back. So right now, it’s even. It’s fifty-fifty.
“How I look at it is, I pinned him once, and I beat up him the second time. So as far as I’m concerned, I have two wins against him. But as far as the records, we’re one and one. So guess that trilogy is something that we need to have, and then we can do that at ‘Mania.
“We can do that at any one of these pay-per-views coming up. I’m ready, man. I’m here every week. We’re kind of Brock’s time with that, so until Brock decides to come out from his little hiding spot wherever he lives or wherever he stays, we can have that their match.
“But from now ’til then, I’m just gonna keep nesting people up and sending little statements and messages out to him to let him know that when he comes back, it’s just gonna be a different character.
“He’s gonna get what we got at Crown Jewel and probably worse.
Lashley then spoke about the possibility of a third, tie-breaker match, indicating that a street fight could be the best stipulation should it one day happen:
He’s making it personal, and if it he makes it personal, okay, we fight at a different level. That’s why, at Crown Jewel, I didn’t care about winning the match.
“I wanted to kick his ass, and I wanted to let him know that I don’t appreciate what he’s been doing this entire time, that he’s been making it personal.
“If you make it personal, it’s a street fight.
“So the next time we fight, I don’t even think it should be in a ring. I think we should go fight outside. I think we should grab, YouTube, let somebody grab a camera, meet us out in the street, and let’s beat each other down and see who doesn’t get up afterwards.
“I mean, I don’t know. It has to be something else because if he wants to make it that way, then we gotta go and fight that way, and I’m okay with it. I’m okay with fighting any way.”
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Transcription courtesy of Fightful.
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