According to Bobby Lashley, Paul Heyman only gets in touch with him when he and Brock Lesnar have fallen out and is treated like his side chick.
Despite them being in completely different places literally and in terms of their careers, it's hard not to draw comparisons between Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley. Both men enjoyed successful pro wrestling careers and have also had great careers in the world of MMA. Most of all though, there are most certainly both legitimate badasses, without question.
Lashley recently sat down with Main Event Radio and talked at length about how he is constantly bombarded with questions about whether he will ever go head to head with The Beast Incarnate. "Whether it’s in fighting or wrestling, that match needs to happen," Lashley said. That's a pretty bold claim to make, but a match that would be must see whether it happens in a ring or an octagon.
During the interview, Lashley also gave a little insight into his relationship with Brock's advocate, Paul Heyman. Apparently, when Heyman has an argument with The Beast or the two aren't talking, he messages Bobby. "Heyman is a big tease to me. I am the side chick. I’m okay with it," Lashley joked. Apparently, after a couple of messages, Heyman will stop replying again which usually means him and Lesnar have made up.
Judging by the comments Lashley made during the Main Event Radio interview, he seems pretty adamant that a match between him and Lesnar will happen somehow. It's hard to think when and where that will happen though. Lashley doesn't seem to think he'll be signing for WWE any time soon and Lesnar won't ever wrestle for another company again. Plus on the MMA side of things, after what happened with Mark Hunt, it's hard to imagine Brock fighting again either.
Bobby Lashley might be on board with a Brock Lesnar match, but convincing The Beast to do so is another matter entirely. Lesnar competes very sparingly nowadays, and anything he does likely has to result in a massive pay day. Clearly, Lashley has something of a relationship with Paul Heyman though, so if something is going to happen between the two of them it'll almost definitely be the advocate that orchestrates it.