Goldberg really wants to have a final match, and his eyes are set on Israel. It seems that a few options are on the table, but none of them are WWE or AEW at this juncture. That being said, it seems determined to make it happen.
Ringside News exclusively reported that WWE has no interest in booking Goldberg’s final run. Also, AEW is focusing on Sting’s last run in pro wrestling. Goldberg isn’t without interested parties to help him pull off this retirement, because he also met with people to get that done during WrestleMania week.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that a wrestling promoter in Israel named Gary Roif is interested in having Goldberg wrestle in the country. It’s unknown if they will be able to work out a deal.
We do know that Gary Roif, a wrestling promoter in Israel, was interested in promoting a Goldberg match in that country.
We will have to see how this situation pans out for Goldberg’s retirement. He made a ton of money wrestling for WWE in Saudi Arabia, but that time with Vince McMahon’s company is over. Now, he is likely going to have to arrange his own retirement tour.
It will also be interesting to see who Goldberg gets to wrestle at an event where his last match will go down. After all, he can’t wrestle in every match, but WWE and AEW’s lack of involvement will limit his options with talent.
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