• WWE Is Planning To Make RAW Star “Something Special” In The Next 2-3 Years
During a recent edition of his podcast, 2-time WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T revealed that WWE has big plans for WWE Champion Bobby Lashley, and he hopes Lashley will retain the WWE Title this Saturday at the Elimination Chamber premium live event in Saudi Arabia.
Below is what the WCW Legend said:
“I’ve got an inside source that they’re building Bobby Lashley to be something special over these next 2 to 3 years, man. I would not sleep on Bobby Lashley and what he is going to be doing here in the future in WWE.
So, Brock Lesnar, I am taking nothing away from Brock. But I am saying that I do know Bobby Lashley is being set up to do big things.
You can just look at what’s going on and what’s happening around Bobby right now. You can see a huge difference in just the aura of Bobby Lashley right now.
I am going to enjoy the Chamber. And I am going to hope that Bobby Lashley walks in and walks out, by a hook or by crook. By any means necessary with that Title.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 17, 2002) – WWF No Way Out 2002
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 17, 2002, the World Wrestling Federation aired their annual ‘No Way Out’ event LIVE on PPV from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
This turned out to be the last ‘World Wrestling Federation’ version of NO WAY OUT, before the promotion was renamed World Wrestling Entertainment later that year.
No Way Out 2002 marks the WWF debut of the nWo faction, including the Hulkster’s WWF return after being gone for almost 9 years.
Here are the results:
The APA won the Tag team turmoil match
Rob Van Dam defeated Goldust
WWF Tag Team Championship: Tazz and Spike Dudley (c) defeated Booker T and Test
Brass Knuckles on a Pole – WWF Intercontinental Championship: William Regal (c) defeated Edge
The Rock defeated The Undertaker
#1 Contender: Kurt Angle defeated Triple H
Undisputed WWF Championship: Chris Jericho (c) defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin