Since he seems a bit more focused on his professional wrestling career as of late, there have been rumors about Bobby Lashley quitting his MMA career. That simply is not the case. The world heavyweight champion a radio host in England that his intention is to continue fighting, and a new contract with Bellator is being discussed. Lashley also stated that he wants to make sure that he can still continue working for TNA as well.
February 1, 2015
At one point in time, Bobby Lashley was hoping to follow Brock Lesnar and become the next WWE performer to make the jump over to UFC. That has yet to happen and appears very unlikely right now. Of course, that does not mean that he is bitter towards others who are attempting to make the move. During a recent Give Me Sports interview, Lashley expressed his support towards CM Punk. He also thinks that he will do rather well in MMA.
January 30, 2015
When word broke out that Bobby Lashley had suffered some sort of injury, the specifics were not immediately revealed. Fans only knew that it was bad enough for him to be forced to cancel a fight with Bellator but not bad enough that he would miss time from TNA events. Reports have now surfaced that the injury involves his hands. While doing MMA training, it would swell up considerably whenever he attempted to grapple or punch.
January 30, 2015
There appears to be some sort of mystery when it comes to the injury that Bobby Lashley recently suffered. Neither he nor TNA have revealed details of the ailment. The only thing we know is that it is bad enough to where he had to pull out of a scheduled MMA fight with Bellator, but it is not painful enough to pull him off the road as a professional wrestler. In fact, Lashley is scheduled for the upcoming tour of England still.
January 17, 2015
When he decided to pursue careers in TNA and MMA at the same time, Bobby Lashley knew that it was not going to be an easy thing to pull off. He received a reminder of that recently when he suffered some sort of injury during the recent taping of Impact Wrestling. The wound was bad enough that the former world heavyweight champion had to pull out of his scheduled fight against James Thompson at Bellator 134.
January 14, 2015