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Former WWE Star Teases WrestleMania 39 Return As Bobby Lashley’s Opponent

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• Former WWE Star Teases WrestleMania 39 Return As Bobby Lashley’s Opponent

Bobby Lashley vs. Bray Wyatt is scheduled to take place at WrestleMania 39, but Wyatt hasn’t appeared on WWE programming as of late.

Wyatt was scheduled to face LA Knight at the recent WWE Live Event at Madison Square Garden, but he didn’t appear there either.

The Wrestling Blog then reported that Wyatt might miss WrestleMania 39 due to personal reasons, and the creative team has been told to stop writing for Wyatt until further notice.

Fightful Select then reported that Wyatt is out of action with an undisclosed physical issue, and it’s not a creative issue.

Lashley didn’t appear on last night’s RAW, but tweeted the following:

“I’ve worked too hard to be denied.

I will be ready to fight on the biggest stage of them all, WrestleMania.

I don’t care who it is, somebody will feel the wrath of the All-Mighty.”

This began speculation that Lashley vs. Wyatt might no longer be the plan.

This led to Matt Cardona (fka Zack Ryder) teasing a return to WWE as Lashley’s opponent at WrestleMania 39.

Below is what Cardona replied to Lashley’s tweet:

“My last WWE match?


My First Match back?



Cardona has been rumored to return to WWE for a while now, especially since his real-life wife Chelsea Green returned to WWE as well.

A fan tweeted the following:

“Recently in an interview, Cody Rhodes mentioned Matt Cardona as someone he’d like to see return to WWE. I wonder what Zack Ryder is doing the RAW after Mania.”

Cardona replied:

“I’ll be in LA.”

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Adam Bomb (Real name: Bryan Clark) celebrates his 59th birthday today.

He wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1993 till 1995, before joining WCW in 1997 (as Wrath) and staying with the promotion till it was sold to Vince McMahon in March of 2001.

His last major wrestling appearances came when he returned to the WWF in September 2001, with his KroniK Tag Team partner Brian Adams (WWF’s Crush), feuding against The Brothers of Destruction which led to a match at the Unforgiven PPV.


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