Brock Lesnar is set to take on Bobby Lashley in a mega match at Crown Jewel on November 5. This is one of the most exciting matches on the cards and has a lot of star power. The two Titans will be at war in Saudi Arabia for nothing less, and we’re already salivating a bit.
Lesnar and Lashley are two of the most influential Superstars on the WWE roster. WWE kept him apart for many years and ruined others during his career. Actually, he played the horn for the first time earlier this year. This will be their fourth match together at Crown Jewel.
Before their clash in Saudi Arabia, read on to find out how The Beast fared against The All Mighty.
Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley have fought three matches together. Two of those competitions were multi-man matches, both won by the former. However, his only singles match was won by Lashley. For the numbers geek in you, Lesnar has a 66.6% win against the former United States champion, and will try to improve on that at Crown Jewel.
Brock Lesnar rivalry with Bobby Lashley
Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley clashed for the first time in the first day’s premium live event. Lashley was expected to face Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and WWE Champion Big E in a fatal 4-way match for the world title. However, Lesnar indulged himself in the match and walked away with the title by pinning E, igniting the spark of a deep and competitive rivalry.
Lesnar defended his championship against Lashley at the 2022 Royal Rumble event. He certainly wanted to win until Roman Reigns intervened and attacked him. Advocate Paul Heyman allowed Reigns to hit The Beast in the head with the WWE Championship after a double-cross. This allowed The All Mighty to pin, win, and obtain their second WWE Championship.
The winner was not happy with the proceedings and booked his place inside the Elimination Chamber match for the world title with four other challengers. During the match, Lashley was injured after Rollins buckle-bombed his pod, forcing medical officials to remove him from the competition.
The Beast knocked the then WWE Champion out of the match and ended the competition single-handedly winning and taking the championship. With the win, he went 2–1 ahead of his opponent. He will be looking to extend his lead in Saudi Arabia, while Lashley will be eager to level things up and ward off the Brock Lesnar demon.
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