Bobby Lashley has admitted that he was left disappointed following his match vs. Brock Lesnar at January's Royal Rumble supershow.
The current United States Champion thought WWE could've done a much better job of making the showdown feel "bigger". Lashley told Ryan Satin's 'Out Of Character' show that there's "unfinished business" between he and Brock, and that he'd like to put things right before both retire from the ring.
Whether or not he gets that chance is up to company creative.
If WWE does approach Bobby about working with Lesnar again, then he'd want to take charge of the situation and make sure it's done properly. Lashley wants "that Rocky story" - he's pictured training vignettes (like the ones WWE used for Brock's SummerSlam 2002 bout with The Rock) for each side, and at least six-eight weeks of hype.
The Rumble match came around too quickly for Bob to properly sink his teeth in and get fans invested. He doesn't think it was a bad showing by any means, but he knows they could do better with more time and build.
Bring on a sequel later this year.