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Bobby Lashley reveals why he botched the Austin Theory trade on Raw

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Austin Theory redeemed his Money in The Bank briefcase last night, on Monday Night Raw. He appeared after a struggle between Seth Rollins and Bobby Lashley and wanted to take advantage of the moment to use his option to challenge a champion to fight for the United States Championship.

However, the plans did not go well for Theory. After confirming his intention and making it official, he attacked Seth Rollins and managed to apply the ATL, but Bobby Lashley reappeared on the scene and intervened breaking the count of three. Seth Rollins took advantage of the moment of confusion to finish off Theory and retain the strap.

Once the show was over, WWE published an interview with Bobby Lashley behind the scenes in which The All Mighty announced his new intentions. Lashley warned anyone who gets in his way and assured that he is willing to do anything to recover the championship that was “stolen” from him.

“Look, I don’t care about any of this because, at the end of the day, My title was stolen and from now until I get it back I’m going to kick ass to anyone who gets in my way., no matter who. Right now I don’t care about winning fights, I just want to hurt people and make them pay for what they did to me, because when it happened to me, everyone was there cheering.”

“When Seth came in after Brock jumped on me…and took the title away from me, everybody was fine with that. But now that I come out and do what I have to do to get back on top, now people have a problem with that. You know what, I don’t give a damn. I’m going to have fun kicking everyone’s ass until I get my title back.”

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