Goldberg is returning to WWE to appear at the next Saudi Arabia show on June 7th in Jeddah. This announcement surprised a lot of people, but nobody was shocked to hear that Vince McMahon was going back to KSA.
It was previously reported that WWE likely signed Goldberg to come back to keep him away from AEW. However, we have already reported via Brad Shepard that this isn’t the case.
Rajah is confirming this previous report and they have a bit more information on the topic. Goldberg’s appearance is a one-time deal making any reports that AEW is a factor even less reliable.
As per source: Goldberg’s appearance for WWE in Saudi Arabia next month is a one-time deal. Reports that WWE signed him to a deal to keep him away from AEW do not appear to be true. I’ll have more on this later.
We will keep you updated on Goldberg’s current situation with WWE right here at Ringside News. Because you never know if Vince McMahon will open his wallet and convince Goldberg to make a longer return with the company.
At this point, Goldberg’s appearance in KSA is a one-time deal and he’s not even confirmed to be working a match yet. However, that didn’t stop WWE from name dropping several possible Superstars who could be next for the former Universal Champion.