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WWE STAR CALLS WRESTLEMANIA 39 ‘LOW POINT’ IN HIS CAREER





WWE star Bobby Lashley recently described his disappointment at having missed out on having a match at last year’s WrestleMania 39.


In an interview with WrestlingNewsCo, Bobby Lashley described being off of the WrestleMania 39 card as a low point in his career.


Lashley said:


“I was beyond disappointed. I’m not gonna say pessimistic, [but I was] disappointed, because I am a kind of chill person. The thing that disappoints me the most is all the work that I put in.


“We have live events throughout the year, I’m on all of them – every one of the pay-per-views. We had some mix-ups and change-ups, and then next [thing] you know I’m pulled off the biggest show,”



“It sucked to me because I have my kids. The kids watched me, and leading up to it they were like, ‘Dad are we going to Wrestlemania?’


“And I was like, ‘Look, if you guys want to go. I just don’t know if I’m gonna do anything there.’


“All the while I was like, ‘There’s no way that’s gonna be [the case]. I have to be in WrestleMania. I’ve been in every WrestleMania in my entire career with the WWE.



“I’ve always been in a spotlight match. I have been in every pay-per-view, everything.”


He went on to describe not being on the WrestleMania 39 card as “probably one of the lowest points” of his career.


There was set to be a program between Lashley and Bray Wyatt before the latter was pulled from the competition due to health issues.



Bobby Lashley would win the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal on SmackDown preceding WrestleMania 39.


Lashley made a brief appearance at night two of the event, showing off the Memorial Cup trophy.


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Transcription via Wrestling Inc.



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