Bobby Lashley: WWE Is Never Going To Be Beaten Or Contested, It Is The Flagship Of Wrestling

Save all your "fed dead" claims because WWE isn't going anywhere according to Bobby Lashley.

WWE has undergone big changes throughout this year with massive talent cuts and office layoffs. Despite the behind the scenes moves, the company continues to pull in record revenue.

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Speaking to Scott Fishman of TV Insider, Bobby Lashley was asked about the atmosphere in WWE with everything happening in the company.

"I think the feeling is good. We get tested with so many things. Everyone will say, “This is it. This is the downfall of WWE.” It’s never going to be. We have so much talent in WWE. WWE is never going to be beaten or contested. It’s always going to be the flagship of professional wrestling. That’s never going to change," he said.

Though WWE has cut talent each month since April, the roster remains impressive and a handful of names have stood out to the reigning WWE Champion.

"One person I like his stuff is Drew Gulak. He is awesome. Every time I see him at work I grab him and brainstorm different things. He is one of those guys who is a student and teacher at the same time. He is great. We have so many guys who are amazing. Ali is amazing. Ricochet is amazing. Riddle has been on fire. Keith Lee, Damian Priest, Sheamus, our whole roster is exciting…Big E is running around with that Money in the Bank briefcase. So many people. The roster is packed. I’m excited to hold the title to have these potential matches coming up," said Lashley.

While making the media rounds over the last week, Lashley also spoke to Sportskeeda where he gave his thoughts on all of the releases made by WWE. You can find his full comments by clicking here.

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