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Bobby Lashley Teases Rumored Feud With Goldberg

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• Bobby Lashley Teases Rumored Feud With Goldberg

“The All Mighty” Bobby Lashley absolutely destroyed Kofi Kingston to retain the WWE Championship last night at Money In The Bank 2021 pay-per-view.

Sarah Schreiber interviewed Lashley & MVP backstage and Lashley said the following:

“You know what, it’s not even about that, man. Just like I said last week, it’s back to business. So, back to business means, I’m going to be ready to knock down whoever you tell me to knock down. Line ’em up, P.”

MVP then added the following:

“The Chief Hurt Officer has spoken. He made very clear what our mission statement is. Normally I would love to say so much, but everything that needs to be said was said out there tonight with Kofi’s prone body, which might still be out there. Back to business.”

Lashley then teased his rumored feud with WWE Hall Of Famer Goldberg by tweeting the following:

“UNTOUCHABLE!!

WHO’S NEXT? #MITB”

As we have noted before, Goldberg is rumored to return on tonight’s RAW and challenge Lashley to a WWE Championship match at SummerSlam.

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• Old School WWF Manager Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 74th birthday of Old School WWF Manager Frenchy Martin (Real name: Jean Gagné).

The French-Canadian used to wrestle during the 70s & 80s and he was still an active professional wrestler when he joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1986.

In late 1987, he became the manager of fellow French-Canadian Dino Bravo, whom he managed till April 1989, when “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart became Bravo’s new manager.

In between, Frenchy Martin also managed Jos LeDuc during LeDuc’s short WWF run in 1988.

By mid-1990, he retired and left the WWF for good, only to become the head booker for IWA in Puerto Rico.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

July 19, 1947 – October 21, 2016

        
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