The Undertaker and Goldberg collided in Saudi Arabia. That dream match quickly turned nightmarish when Goldberg was concussed very early in the match.
While speaking to Sports Illustrated, Goldberg explained that he needed to “erase” his last Saudi Arabian performance. He “performed like a schoolchild” against The Undertaker. This is something he hopes to rectify as he faces The Fiend.
“I need to erase my last performance here, first and foremost. I knocked myself out 30 seconds into the match, and I performed like a school child. That’s one of the reasons I’m back, and this is my opportunity to do it.
“My internal clock is ticking, and I don’t know when it’s going to stop in terms of my ability to put these boots on and continue to do what I used to do. And when I’m posed with a challenge, I’m a defensive lineman, I don’t turn it down.”
Goldberg is in line for a big WrestleMania match. We’ll have to see if he carries the Universal Title into the show of shows. His performance in Saudi Arabia will have a lot to do with that.