WWE Champion Bobby Lashley has been a dominant force since winning the WWE Champion. He recently successfully defended his title against WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg at Saturday’s SummerSlam pay-per-view.
Bobby Lashley wants a revamp for The Hurt Business
Previously, he was part of The Hurt Business stable comprising of Shelton Benjamin, and Cedric Alexander, with MVP being the leader. However, the stable is disbanded but he recently teased the addition of new members to The Hurt Business down the road. But ‘The All Mighty’ wants to focus on himself and defending his championship for now.
In a recent interview with Metro, Bobby Lashley stated that fans need to be concerned about him breaking up with MVP on WWE television. At the same time, he also discussed the possibility of new members being added to the faction. He noted that he has kept tabs on few members of the roster and might recruit some to The Hurt Business.
Bobby Lashley said:
“There’s lots of guys on the roster that I look and I’m like, man, he looks good – he’s tough, he’s that and he’s that. Once we have that opportunity, we might open up the Hurt Business and bring some people in and help fuel their career.”
He added: “But it’s one of those things where I have to focus on me for a little while, and I gotta make sure I’m defending the world title.”
The Hurt Business was a successful stable
During the interview, Bobby Lashley had also praised former members of The Hurt Business, Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin, stating that the two stars deserved to be in the spotlight. He believes that both of them did well when they were put in the spotlight in WWE.
Being in the stable, Lashley, Benjamin and Alexander had held several titles. Lashley was previously WWE United States Champion, while Benjamin and Alexander had captured the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship.
Bobby Lashley was challenged by newly crowned WWE United States Champion Damien Priest on Monday Night Raw in a non-title match. But, Priest was attacked and Drew McIntyre had come in the aid of him, while Sheamus joined forces with ‘The All Mighty’ to set up in a tag-team match, which was eventually won by McIntyre and Priest after Lashley walked off during the match.