The current WWE Champion ‘The Almighty’ Bobby Lashley recently talked about the changes he had to make to himself which helped him reach the highest level in WWE. He also said that he still believed he needed to improve more.
Lashley made his WWE debut in 2005 against Simon Dean. The very next year he won the ECW Championship in the Extreme Elimination Chamber match in the only solo pay per view event of ECW under the run in WWE; December to Dismember.
Bobby Lashley On How He Reached The Highest Level In WWE
Later he had a feud with Vince McMahon himself after he defeated his client Umaga as the client for Donald Trump at WrestleMania 23 during the Battle of the Billionaires feud.
In 2008, he left WWE to find success elsewhere. He became extremely successful outside of WWE. He won so many championships including four TNA World Heavyweight Championships.
In 2018 he made his return to WWE and since then he is going really strong in the promotion. Currently he is holding the WWE championship and he successfully defended title against Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 37. It is remembered, as mentioned above, he is being built by the way as a potential opponent for Brock Lesnar.
‘The Almighty’ Bobby Lashley who is the current WWE Champion recently spoke to Les Anti-Pods de la Lute show where he talked about the changes he had to make to himself which helped him reach the highest level in WWE. He also said that he still believed he needed to improve more. He said;
“When I came back, there was some things the WWE still thought that maybe I needed to improve on and I think that some of those things were just relaxing and having fun with it. You know ultimately, the crowd knows what’s going on.
“If you’re going out there and you’re not having a good time, the crowd knows. If you’re going out there with a lot of confidence, the crowd knows. So for me, it was going out and having a good time and having an extreme amount of confidence and over the last couple of years, I felt like I’ve built that because first you gotta get to that point of humility, when you can take anything and that’s a big thing for some guys to do.
“Some guys walk away when they get put in that less-than light or light that they don’t think is them, making them look cool and everything like that. That’s not where I was.”
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