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Lashley Weighs In On Impact's Future, Would He Consider WWE Return?

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Bobby Lashley was a guest on Submission Radio and weighed in on the future of Impact Wrestling on Destination America. Below are some excerpts the show sent us:

Impact Wrestling on Destination America:

“In my contract it says nothing about negotiating deals with any networks, so I try to stay out of that part of it. I know what Dixie [Carter] does, and Dixie is good at trying to find the right path for where she needs to have the show. You know, they’ve been around for 12 years. I don’t think they’re going anywhere right now, whether it’s Destination America, Spike, or whatever it is. I’m sure they’re going to be able to reach an agreement, reach a deal where they’re going to have a home, and they’re going to be there for a long time. If they leave Destination America I think it would be a shame because of the amount of talent that we have on that show. I mean for the people that watch TNA, they know the kind of talent. I mean there’s some really big names there. I mean you got the Hardy Boyz, you got Kurt Angle, myself, MVP. There’s a lot of really high - Bobby Roode, Eric Young. There’s a lot of really, really good - Kennedy - over there. I mean there’s so many guys over there that it would be.....if they do die, there would be another promotion somewhere that’s just ready to scoop up all these guys and already have a main level roster right off the bat. So I don’t know. I don’t see it happening. It'd be ridiculous for them to part ways. If anybody leaves it’s going to be TNA leaving to go somewhere else.”

Main difference between Dixie Carter and Vince McMahon:

“I think Vince is more of a business man and Dixie is more of a like a family person. Dixie kind of stays away from the business aspect and lets the people run the company, but at the same time Dixie is so big on the family, and I have no problem brining my kids there, bringing them backstage, meeting the guys and everything like that. She wants it to be more of a family environment. Whereas Vince, it’s business. It’s really business in the WWE. I mean both of them have their great qualities, but I think that’s the big difference between the two.”

Lashley also told the she he would consider a return to WWE. You can listen to the interview in its entirety at this link.

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