Rollins-Ambrose Feud Ends, Bobby Lashley Challenges Brock Lesnar, John Cena Loves Watching 205 Live, Curb Stomp

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Bobby Lashley Challenges Brock Lesnar For WrestleMania 35

Bobby Lashley officially announced himself for the 30-Man Elimination Match at Royal Rumble on January 27. The Almighty broke the news on Twitter and also left a WrestleMania 35 spoiler in his tweet.

Although Bobby isn’t among the top favorites to win the men’s Rumble match in Phoenix, this could be WWE teasing the highly anticipated dream match between Brock Lesnar and Lashley that might as well take place post-WrestleMania if The Beast sticks around till then.

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Seth Rollins – Dean Ambrose Feud Ends

Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose are apparently done with their rivalry, at least for now. The Kingslayer and The Lunatic brawled in a highly physical Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship this week on Monday Night RAW. Rollins was about to score the title victory but was attacked by Bobby Lashley who crashed the matchup.

Seth will now feud with Lashley before his WrestleMania 35 plans are officially set in motion at Royal Rumble.

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John Cena Loves Watching 205 Live

16-time World Champion John Cena is a fan of 205 Live, the exclusive show for the Cruiserweights in WWE. During a recent video published by 205 Live star Jack Gallagher, Cena revealed his love for the show.

“For the longest time, it was always thought that you had to be a certain build or a certain type of personality to make any sort of impact. What I love about 205 Live is all of you guys are given a chance to break that stereotype. I don’t feel this company or sports entertainment at all should be chained to a certain look, to a certain style, it should cater to what you guys want!”

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Dean Ambrose Sells Curb Stomp For 15 Minutes At Live Event

Dean Ambrose wrestled Seth Rollins in the main event of the house show in Fort Myers, FL. The Lunatic was able to retain his Intercontinental Title against The Kingslayer but sold the Curb Stomp for 15 minutes that Rollins hit post-match. Within these 15 minutes, the WWE production crew had also begun taking down the ring.