Bobby Lashley is tired of Bray Wyatt’s games, and he showed up on SmackDown to do something about it. This resulted in an attack from Uncle Howdy, and The Almighty almost totally beat down Bray Wyatt’s strange masked associate. Then the lights went out and Howdy disappeared, but while he was around, fans pegged his voice as very familiar.

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Bobby Lashley’s promo on Bray Wyatt didn’t last long until the lights went out and Uncle Howdy appeared. Then Howdy started beating Lashley down. In the process, fans heard Howdy’s voice.

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Many recognized Bo Dallas’ voice as coming out of Uncle Howdy. The laugh that Uncle Howdy let off during SmackDown this week was a clear indication of that, especially for fans who remember the former NXT Champion’s promos.

After the “Muscle Man Dance” video aired on Monday Night Raw, Lashley stated that he was done playing games like a kid. He called for Bray Wyatt to confront him, but instead, he was met by Uncle Howdy. Although Howdy initially attacked Lashley from behind, Lashley was able to turn things around. However, the lights suddenly went out before Lashley delivered a powerful spear. It was announced that Lashley will face Wyatt at WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles.

Interestingly, many fans on social media noted that Howdy’s laugh sounded remarkably similar to Bo Dallas’ voice, which had been speculated for several months. With Lashley and Wyatt set to face off at WrestleMania 39, fans are eagerly anticipating what promises to be a thrilling showdown between two of WWE’s most formidable wrestlers.

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