Bobby Lashley and Brock Lesnar will clash at WWE Crown Jewel but the former WWE United States Champion thinks his feud with Lesnar has a long way to go.
Brock Lesnar made his first appearance on WWE television since SummerSlam in shocking fashion on the 10th of October edition of Monday Night Raw. Lesnar battered Bobby Lashley allowing Seth Rollins to defeat The All Mighty and claim the US Championship.
It was soon confirmed that the two stars would meet in only their second-ever one-on-one encounter at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on November 5th. The first singles match between the two men took place at the 2022 Royal Rumble and saw Roman Reigns help Lashley defeat The Beast Incarnate for the WWE Championship.
Speaking with CBS Sports’ Shakiel Mahjouri, Bobby Lashley discussed his upcoming match with Brock Lesnar and says no matter who wins he thinks the feud between the two men could last the rest of their careers:
“You know what, the way that I look at it, because there was so much actual lead-up, because there’s been years and years and years of lead-up, because of the way things have come together with us, I don’t think this is the last time we’re gonna see each other.”
“I think, until the end of my career [or] the end of his career, there’s always gonna be Bobby and Brock. Because right now I look at the score, it’s one for me, zero for him. So if it’s two for me and zero for him after Crown Jewel, I’m sure he’s gonna be coming back for another one. He’s gotta avenge his losses.”
“So I like the build-up because I think the build-up is really important because of what happened last time, because there wasn’t that real resolution to anything except me pinning him. This time, there’s gonna be a lot more hype, and I think that it’s not gonna be the last time.”
“I think there’s so much more that me and Brock can actually get into. So I think that this feud is gonna be a feud that’s gonna keep going, and it’s gonna keep looking different, and there’s gonna be a lot more involved with it.”