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Bobby Lashley Set To Return On Monday Night Raw

Bobby Lashley

A new report has revealed that former WWE Champion Bobby Lashley will return from injury on this week’s edition of Moday Night Raw.

Bobby Lashley has been out of action since Elimination Chamber on February 15th. At the event, he was scheduled to defend his WWE Championship inside the eponymous structure.

However, before he could enter the match, Seth Rollin sent Austin Theory crashing through Lashley’s pod and on top of the champion. ‘The All Mighty’ was then taken out of the chamber and to the back. Commentary later revealed he would not be returning as he was undergoing ‘concussion protocol’.

It was later revealed that Lashley had actually been working through a shoulder injury and the spot was a way of writing him off TV as it was thought he would require surgery. At the time, it was reported that surgery would lead to him missing up to four months of action.

However, a recent report gave an update on the former WWE Champion’s status, stating that he was at AT&T Stadium in Dallas last week and WWE hope that he’ll be cleared to compete at WrestleMania 38.

Now, Mike Johnson of PWInsider has given a further update, reporting that Bobby Lashley is expected to return to WWE TV on the March 28th edition of Raw in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

This appearance could set up the rumoured WrestleMania bout between Bobby Lashley and Omos. The giant has been running through opponents with ease in recent weeks, most recently demolishing Commander Azeez and Apollo Crews on the March 21st episode of Monday Night Raw.