Former WWE Superstar Bill Goldberg’s contract expired at the end of 2022 with WWE. After his loss to Roman Reigns in a Universal Championship match, the WWE Hall of Famer was promised a proper retirement match by Vince McMahon but this never happened.

Since then, Goldberg has been a free agent and fans have been speculating about his future. One possibility is joining AEW, as Tony Khan has noted that he’s keeping an eye on Goldberg.

However, during a recent appearance on 93.7 The Ticket, Goldberg mentioned that he’s leaning toward doing his own tour. He stated that if he goes on a world tour and promotes it himself, he could make his own proper send-off. He added that he’s a businessman and is fortunate enough to be in a position where he can still make it happen.

If I go on a world tour and promote it myself, that’s a possibility. Hey, I’m a businessman, and I’m fortunately, you know, in the position I firmly believe to where I can still make it happen. At the end of the day, like I said, I do believe that my character deserves a proper send-off. Until that happens man, I don’t believe I’m hanging them up, you know. Anything and everything is an option. I’m very much leaning towards promoting it myself and doing a four-city world tour.”


Goldberg also made it clear that until he gets his proper send-off, he doesn’t believe he’s hanging up his boots, leaving his future wide open to any possibility. He even said, “Let the rumor mill start up after that.”

With his extensive fanbase and reputation, Goldberg’s self-promoted tour would undoubtedly be a success. Until then, the WWE Hall of Famer’s future remains a mystery, leaving fans to wonder what his next move will be.

What do you think about Goldberg potentially promoting his own world tour for a proper send-off instead of joining a wrestling promotion like AEW? Do you think this would be a good move for his career? Leave a comment.

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