Bobby Lashley Reveals That Goldberg’s Son Gage Will Be At Crown Jewel, More

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During today’s edition of “Busted Open Radio”, former WWE Champion Bobby Lashley commented on his match with Goldberg at WWE Crown Jewel, and more. It should also be noted that Lashley revealed that Goldberg’s son Gage will be in Saudi Arabia to watch the match. You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On his expectations for the match: “It’s going to be a crazy match. A Goldberg match is a certain kind of match, and we just added some elements to it. This one is going to be a very interesting one, because I think a lot of people are trying to figure out who’s going to win this one. There’s a lot of steam behind Goldberg because of what happened to his son. Is he going to avenge his son? Right now, I’m steam rolling people. Is it going to be something where I go out there, have a match with him and ultimately just walk over him? I don’t know. I’m being me, I’m always me. I go out there, I’m training my ass off and I’m ready for it. So whatever kind of match we have out there, I think it’s going to be a good one.”

On gunning for the title once he gets past Goldberg: “100%. I think once you establish yourself as one of those top guys, that champion, you’re always going to be in the picture. I think there’s still some unfinished business with me and Big E, me and Drew, me and a lot of the guys on the roster. So, I think I’ll probably have to walk through a couple of guys, but I think ultimately I’ll be right back in that title contention.”

On his expectation for the match: “Man I’m going to win. There’s no strategies. I have friends, he has friends. He has his son that’s going to be there. Everybody knows there’s a possibility that anything can happen. But ultimately, I’m going to win. So, if somebody happens to jump in the ring, whether it’s Gage, whether it’s, I don’t know, anybody. But ultimately it’s going to be me putting my hands all over him.”

On how he handles the travel to Saudi Arabia: “It’s a long flight. I think we go to London first, which I think takes eleven hours, then we do another six and a half, seven hours, and then we get to Riyad. As soon as we get there, I’m going to be rested up, so what I like to do is I like to get off the plane and get some movement in my body. I like to do some sort of cardio, some type of yoga, stretching, everything like that. I like to get a lot of food in my system. It’s just eating and drinking the entire time, because there’s really nowhere to go. It’s not like we’re going to the bars and having any drinks, we’re just in the hotel. So, it’s cardio and lifting two times a day. We’re not there very often or that long, so I’ll just be training, stretching and getting ready for the match.”

(h/t – Wrestling Inc)

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