The Miz and Bobby Lashley had a match Monday Night Raw Last week, because Dexter Loomis didn’t leave the Miz alone, he was defeated. He convinced himself that he just needed to eliminate the distractions in the rematch, so he set out to set him up with a challenge that Lashley put on, a challenge that was immediately accepted as you can see in the following videos:
“I’m on vacation. The past two weeks have been a little oblivious. But being here I have been able to correct my opinion, and I have a sense of clarity. And in that sense of clarity, I came to the realization that last Monday night I would have beaten Bobby Lashley. If it weren’t for the guy we wouldn’t mention Name it, I was going to beat Bobby Lashley, beat him with the Skull Crushing Finale and pin him in 1-2-3. This is what I want: I want a second match against Bobby Lashley at the US Championship. Because I want to make this title relevant. I want to make it prestigious and honorable. And I want him to be represented at every excellent live event. I want him to be represented more than the Undisputed WWE Title, bigger than the Intercontinental Title, bigger than the Tag Team Championships, and only a superstar like me can do that. So on Monday night, I want Bobby Lashley to be in US Championships without any distraction. I want a steel cage match.”
“First of all, I can’t believe you have the nerve to say you can beat me. Second, are you saying you want to give this title respect, honor and credibility? It happens by staying out of the hands of people like you. Now that’s my responsibility. As much as you asked to get another match against me.” Monday night at Steel Cage, it’s been given. It’s not given because I think you deserve it; It’s not given because I think you have a chance; It’s been given because I’m going to set an example from you. This title means something in the hands of God Almighty.”
WWE hasn’t made it official yet, but it’s reasonable to expect that’s what we’ll get.
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