Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Lashley has invited President Trump to be in his corner on July 2nd at the Slammiversary PPV. Donald Trump has already been in Lashley’s corner back at WrestleMania 23. Lashley defeated Umaga and then Trump shaved Vince McMahon’s head.
Bobby Lashley will be facing GFW Global Champion Alberto El Patron at Slammiversary in the main-event. Alberto El Patron already has his father, legendary Mexican wrestler Dos Caras, in his corner. Impact Wrestling released the following statement:
Lashley Wants President Trump In His Corner For Slammiversary on July 2nd
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Nashville (June 23, 2017) – IMPACT Wrestling World Champion Bobby Lashley made an unprecedented Presidential appeal on Thursday morning.
Via Twitter, Lashley (@fightbobby) asked President Donald Trump to be in his corner for his title defense at Slammiversary on July 2, when Lashley puts the gold on the line against Alberto El Patron.
El Patron earlier this week announced that his father, legendary Mexican wrestler Dos Caras, will be in his corner at Slammiversary.
Lashley asked Trump to join him at Slammiversary, which will be held on pay-per-view and filmed at the backlot of Universal Studios Florida in Orlando.
“Well, it looks like I need to find a cornerman for Slammiversary? @realDonaldTrump? It won’t be the 1st time! #reallegend,” Lashley tweeted.
IMPACT Wrestling is waiting for an answer from Trump.
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