Bobby Lashley to replace The Street Profits with the duo Triple H secretly re-signed? Explore the possibilities ahead of WWE SmackDown

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Since returning to WWE weekly programming, Bobby Lashley has adapted himself to The Street Profits. While the faction has had its moments on SmackDown, most of its runs have been disappointing, due to its losses.

On last week’s edition of the blue brand, Street Profits faced The Judgment Day for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship. While Lashley hoped his teammates would do well, it ended up being a disappointment for him as Finn Balor and Damian Priest retained their titles.

This loss and the disappointment surrounding it could lead to Bobby Lashley replacing the Street Profits with a popular couple. The couple in question are the Authors of Pain.

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Triple H has reportedly re-signed the duo to the Stamford-based promotion. However, they have yet to make their debut.

Therefore, aligning them with Lashley would be the perfect way to start his second career in WWE. under the wing of The Almighty, AOP will make fans happy. attention and continue a potential run towards the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship. It will be interesting to see if Triple H and company sign the duo to join Lashley.

Bobby Lashley credits the wrestling legend for inspiring him to join the WWE

Bobby Lashley is one of the best wrestlers in WWE. While Lashley’s first run with the Stamford-based promotion was memorable, his second run was far better, as he won the world title multiple times. she All Mightydespite his age, has had many memorable fights in recent times.

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While Lashley is naturally an asset to WWE, the promotion should credit former WWE Champion Kurt Angle with encouraging Lashley to join the promotion.

During his appearance on the Millionaire Goals podcast, Bobby Lashley credited Kurt Angle with inspiring him to join the WWE and told the story behind it. Lashley says:

“(And then) Kurt Angle, who was in WWE at the time, Kurt came down and saw us and said, ‘Man, Bobby.’ He said, “You look good.” Have you ever thought about getting into professional wrestling?