Drew McIntyre's Biggest Fear & WWE WrestleMania Body Doubles: Ten Things You May Have Missed In Wrestling This Week
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It was another explosive week in the world of professional wrestling, wasn't it?
WWE held their Revolution pay-per-view on Sunday, which saw the debut of three new stars in the form of Christian Cage, Maki Itoh and Ethan Page, John Laurinaitis returned to his old role as Head of Talent Relations for WWE and Molly Holly was announced as the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2021.
Okay, maybe it wasn't quite so explosive then.
Certainly not in the case of the Revoltuion main event between Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega. The bungled ending to their AEW Title Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch was, unfortunately for those involved, basically all anyone has been able to talk about in the days since.
Well, that and Randy Orton and Soulja Boy continuing to feud online over who has the fakest amount of money (or something like that).
Not too much to sink our teeth into, but thankfully the usual suspects were on hand to chime in and give their opinion on a number of things to happen in wrestling past, present and, possibly, future.
Here's to a thigh-slappingly good read!
10. The Undertaker Wants Lashley Vs. Lesnar
Now that Bobby Lashley is WWE Champion and WrestleMania is right around the corner, many have been hoping for and speculating about a potential showdown with Brock Lesnar.
Lashley himself has said in the past that he wants the match, which feels like a natural one, considering their similar styles and previous experiences in amateur wrestling, WWE and MMA.
The Undertaker is apparently one of those that wants to see the bout happen, as he responded to a photoshopped image of Lashley facing off with Lesnar, posted via MVP's Instagram account, with four money emojis.
Either that or, perhaps, All Mighty and The Beast Incarnate owe The Phenom a few bills?