​Bobby Lashley & Eric Young Appear On Fox And Friends


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TNA stars made a number of appearances on FOX
& Friends this morning on The FOX News Network. The show had a TNA wrestling
ring (four-sides) set up outside with a banner for The Manhattan Center, who are
handling production of this week’s tapings, hanging in the background on the
ring ropes.

The first appearance was Eric Young, who was described as the
“legendary champion.” They showed clips of his Animal Planet series “No Limits”
and he was introduced in the ring. They noted he was a former champion and he
said it was a bummer that he lost the belt last week to a big guy named Lashley.
He said when you are champion, sooner or later, the numbers game catches up to

Young discussed some of the crazy things he does on his series,
which he said he does because he loved the adrenaline and that he gets to meet
some really amazing, crazy people. He joked that his parents wanted him to get
an office job. He said the craziest thing is slack climbing.

TNA champion
Bobby Lashley showed up with the title and got in Young’s face. Young told him,
“That was my belt” and that he needed his friends MVP and Kenny King to take it.
Lashley held the belt up and then put it over his shoulder, saying he didn’t
need anyone’s help and he took it all by himself. Young said that, “We have
three days.” So, I guess they are having a rematch at the taping on Friday,
although that was never explicity said. Lashley said he doesn’t have anything to
say to him.

They both stood there staring at each other as the host fed
it to other anchors in the studio, telling them they were going to have to get
in the ring with Lashley and Young later. The host then had them stare into the
camera together.

Later on, Lashey was joined by Bully Ray, Gunner and
Velvet Sky and the quartet were shown working over someone wearing an Impact
shirt in the ring.

There was a second segment where the hosts all met the
wrestlers (sans Young) in the ring with the idea that some of the female hosts
would be in the ring wrestling under the tutelage of the TNA talents. The hosts
all received silly “wrestling nicknames” from viewers.

Velvet was asked
to review some of the moves that the women could use to take someone down. Bully
showed them how to lock up. The hosts were pretty awful, as you could imagine.
They asked Bully and Lashley about hitting the ropes. Ray agreed but went into
hard sell mode pushing that TNA was taping for the first time ever in NYC at the
Manhattan Center. The hosts were tossed into the ropes and fell as Ray feigned
hitting them with clotheslines.

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