Bobby Lashley closed the door on one former champion at WWE Hell in a Cell, but another one has his sights on The All Mighty at WWE Money in the Bank. Lashley will go head-to-head with Kofi Kingston for the WWE Championship in front of the WWE Universe in Fort Worth, Texas on Sunday, July 18.

Fresh off a WWE Title Hell in a Cell victory over Drew McIntyre, Lashley was met with a challenge from The New Day combatant. The WWE Champion accepted with one condition – Lashley demanded a Hell in a Cell matchup with Xavier Woods. The night on the red brand closed with Woods putting up a valiant effort, but Lashley unleashed a crushing final assault inside the locked doors of the steel structure that left his opponent bruised and battered.

Kingston already holds one pin-fall victory over Lashley on Raw with a well-timed assist from McIntyre, but at WWE Hell in a Cell he’ll have to go it alone with Woods barred from ringside after his defeat at the hands of The All Mighty.

Will the vicious beatdown of Woods serve as notice? Or will Kingston shock the world and usher in a new era of KofiMania?

Don’t miss the WWE Title showdown at WWE Money in the Bank on Sunday, July 18, streaming at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.

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Bobby Lashley closed the door on one former champion at WWE Hell in a Cell, but another one has his sights on The All Mighty at WWE Money in the Bank. Lashley will go head-to-head with Kofi Kingston for the WWE Championship in front of the WWE Universe in Fort Worth, Texas on Sunday, July 18.

Fresh off a WWE Title Hell in a Cell victory over Drew McIntyre, Lashley was met with a challenge from The New Day combatant. The WWE Champion accepted with one condition – Lashley demanded a Hell in a Cell matchup with Xavier Woods. The night on the red brand closed with Woods putting up a valiant effort, but Lashley unleashed a crushing final assault inside the locked doors of the steel structure that left his opponent bruised and battered.

Kingston already holds one pin-fall victory over Lashley on Raw with a well-timed assist from McIntyre, but at WWE Hell in a Cell he’ll have to go it alone with Woods barred from ringside after his defeat at the hands of The All Mighty.

Will the vicious beatdown of Woods serve as notice? Or will Kingston shock the world and usher in a new era of KofiMania?

Don’t miss the WWE Title showdown at WWE Money in the Bank on Sunday, July 18, streaming at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.