Goldberg said in recent memory that WWE owes him another match. It seems that is not the case, because the two sides have no working deal with each other.

Goldberg has no deal with WWE at this time, and no matches left. He is now a free agent, but it seems that it has been that way for months.

Sean Sapp reported behind Fightful’s paywall that Goldberg’s WWE contract expired at the end of 2022. He is actually a free agent, without any kind of deal right now.

Goldberg’s last match was against Roman Reigns at the Elimination Chamber event in Saudi Arabia. That was the final match on Goldberg’s deal with the company, and he wrapped things up in December 2022.


Bill Goldberg’s WWE contract expired at the end of 2022, and no deal to renew or extend was reached. Goldberg has been officially a free agent since that point.

The 56-year old Bill Goldberg only wrestled once in 2022, losing the last match on his contract to Roman Reigns. Over the last couple of years, Goldberg put over Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, Reigns and Bobby Lashley, though he got a win back over Lashley. Half of his matches since 2018 were in Saudi Arabia, and all of them were either for Saudi shows or “big 4” WWE PPV events.

Goldberg actually wrestled the last match on the deal at last year’s WWE Elimination Chamber PPV, but there was still a period of ten months on the deal. During his most recent run, Goldberg won the WWE Universal Title twice, losing it both times at WrestleMania.

It was also noted that, “There were rumors that AEW was interested in Goldberg in 2019, but that was never confirmed.”

We will have to see what Goldberg does next. He is apparently able to make his own choices now, without WWE’s input. His name will certainly make a big splash in the free agent pool, even if he’s only looking for another match or two, so he can wrap up his Hall of Fame career.

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