Bobby Lashley

New Update On Bobby Lashley And Carmella Comeback 

Two prominent superstars were significantly absent from this week’s “WWE Raw” as WrestleMania 39 approaches: both Carmella and Bobbly Lashley. Lashley reportedly arrived at the “Raw” location in St. Louis, Missouri, but was reportedly kept backstage since his name didn’t appear on the show’s internal rundown.

Lashley was not allowed to appear on television this week for an undisclosed reason. Lashley appeared ready to switch to a feud with “The Eater of Worlds,” Bray Wyatt, following his disqualification victory over Brock Lesnar at Elimination Chamber, which would have culminated in a showdown at WrestleMania. Carmella was notably absent from both of the live “Raw” events this past weekend.

The former “SmackDown” Women’s Champion and Chelsea Green were supposed to continue their growing friendship during Monday night’s match between Asuka and “Raw” Women’s Champion Bianca Belair. But over the weekend, it was reportedly decided by WWE to replace Carmella with Piper Niven in the same tag team match. Green asserted on-screen that Niven was sought after because Carmella was nowhere to be found.

Why Lashley and Carmella’s disappearance remains a mystery?

Green and Niven were ultimately defeated by Belair and Asuka, but, like Lashley, Carmella’s disappearance remains a mystery. Bobby Lashley cleared the air about his first exit from WWE in 2008. Lashley was questioned about rumours that he left the company due to a pay dispute? No, that is completely false, as Lashley quickly corrected. I was making a lot of money back then. Many issues, according to Lashley, led to his departure from WWE, but outside incentives also drew him away from the company.

Lashley explained, “It was an opportunity for me to go fight and legitimise my character a little bit.” So I fought for Scott Coker, Bellator, Strikeforce, and everything else for eight years before returning. I bring it all with me to help legitimise my character a little bit. Lashley finished his MMA career with 15 wins and only two losses. Six of those victories were by knockout, while the remaining six were by submission. While away from WWE, Lashley worked for Impact Wrestling, where he became a four-time Impact World Champion, X-Division champion, and the final King of the Mountain Champion.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.