WWE Rumors & News: Bobby Lashley still having plans for a possible MMA return? Check details

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WWE Rumors & News – Bobby Lashley MMA Return ? The All-Mighty WWE Champion Bobby Lashley will turn 45 on July 17, but still not given hopes of returning to MMA. Lashley, who is perhaps in the best phase of his WWE career, has fought professionally in the MMA before and has no plans of dropping the idea of a return.

During a recent interview with Fightful Select, the All-Mighty WWE Champion spoke about his time in MMA, and he has not said no to a possibility to head back to the cage someday. He also revealed that he had a conversation with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, but he still remains under a contract with Bellator.

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WWE Rumors & News – Bobby Lashley MMA Return ? One of the Fightful Select sources revealed,

Bobby Lashley won’t close the door on MMA and says that he’s had conversations with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship. However, he’s still under contract to Bellator so he’d likely have to fight there.

WWE Rumors & News: Bobby Lashley still having plans for a possible MMA return? Check details

WWE Rumors & News: An epic MMA showdown Jake Hager vs. Bobby Lashley in the future?

Bellator Contract is the one who could possibly arrange Bobby Lashley vs. Jake Hager if the All-Mighty plans to return to MMA. Also, it thoroughly depends on Tony Khan and Vince McMahon if the authority minds sign off on that one.

WWE Rumors & News: What is next for Bobby Lashley?

WWE Rumors & News: Bobby Lashley still having plans for a possible MMA return? Check details: Currently, the All-Mighty WWE Champion is enjoying the most valuable run of his WWE career. It’s over 100 days since Bobby Lashley is the WWE Champion, and he is all set to defend his coveted title against Drew McIntyre inside the Hell in a Cell.

This would be the second one-on-one match between Drew and Lashley for the WWE Championship and will probably be the last for Drew. As per the match stipulation, if Drew loses, he won’t get a title shot at Lashley again. Hell in a Cell PPV will be streaming live this Sunday on Peacock Network in the United States and Monday on Sony Sports Network in India.