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|From||Colorado Springs, Colorado|
|Debut||16th April 2013|
|Season 2 Record||3-5|
|Season 3 Record||0-5|
|Season 4 Record||4-4|
In early 2015, Lashley returned to the WTX Universe moving to the SmackDown brand where he teamed with former NXT Tag Team Champions, the team of MVP & Shelton Benjamin. At No Way Out, the trio lost to The Revolution in the first ever 6-Man Tag Team Elimination Chamber match, with Lashley last being eliminated by James Storm.
Return, WTX Champion & Global Champion (2017-present)
Lashley returned after four years in the 2017 Royal Rumble Match, however, he did not win the match. The following Tuesday on SmackDown, Lashley made his official return by attacking the Global Champion Apollo Crews, however Crews fended off Lashley. Crews then issued a challenge to Lashley for Elimination Chamber, saying he'd gladly give Lashley a shot at the championship. Later in the same episode of SmackDown, Lashley accepted the open challenge of Hideo Itami to win the WTX Championship, earning Lashley his first championship within the WTX Universe. Due to this however, Lashley was scheduled for two matches at Elimination Chamber as he was made to also defend the WTX Championship against Hideo Itami as well as his initial match with Apollo Crews for the Global Championship.
At Elimination Chamber, Lashley retained the WTX Championship, defeating Itami in just under four minutes. Later in the show, he also defeated Crews to win the Global Championship, beating him in even less time at only 2:41 to end Crews' record setting reign. The following Tuesday, Lashley was told he had to choose between the championships, as he was only allowed to hold one, to give others a fair chance. Lashley decided to drop the WTX Championship and remain Global Champion.