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Former WWE Champion Calls Brock Lesnar A Bully

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At the much-awaited Royal Rumble 2022, the former WWE Champion, Bobby Lashley plans to break Brock Lesnar. It will be an exciting first game when the two stars collide in the premium event for the very first time for the prestigious title. The All-Mighty won an opportunity to face the Beast after a terrific 4-way victory on Monday Night Raw a few weeks ago.

In the recent show of WWE’s After the Bell, Bobby Lashley described his opponent, the Beast Incarnate as a ‘Bully.’ He felt that bullies need to be broken apart.

“Brock is that guy in the park, that’s a bully,” said Lashley. “A bully is always going to be a bully. The bully is never going to be scared. Bullies gonna be this until he gets broke.”

Bobby Lashley Opens Up the Main Differences Between Brock and Himself

As combat specialists, Lashley and Lesnar are well-trained athletes who are dominant in this area. Both stars have learned martial arts and found a successful career in WWE. However, the All-Mighty revealed about his and Lesnar’s wonderful journey into MMA and also revealed that the Beast, who was unlike him, was handed over everything without working hard.

Lashley and Lesnar are dominant athletes who have competed in combat sports. Both superstars thrived in mixed martial arts and they found even more success in WWE.

The All Mighty spoke about his and Lesnar’s journey into the world of MMA, revealing that unlike him, who worked hard, The Beast was handed everything.

“When Brock went into did a UFC, Brock had a gym built outside his house. They sent training partners to Brock, they gave Brock a friggin boatload of money. It’s easy to train when all you have to do is wake up, stretch, walk outside your house, go work out… everything like that. It’s simple to do that. When I started fighting, I was flying down to Florida, doing a training camp for a week, flying over to California, training with Barnett, training with Cormier, training with all these different guys, hopping around, raising three kids on my own. Juggling a schedule that was just me. It was difficult. It wasn’t just, ‘Hey, I can just roll outside my house and have everything handed to me,” said Lashley.

There will be a hard-hitting session anticipated between Bobby Lashley and Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble.