Goldberg wrapped up his time in WWE prior to his contract’s actual expiration date. He wrestled the last match on his contract against Roman Reigns, and now the former WCW World Heavyweight Champion is after his retirement match. Now he has booked his first appearance since his WWE departure.

Ringside News exclusively reported that Goldberg’s retirement match is not concern for WWE. In fact, the last pitch that was made for Goldberg was a retirement angle from Paul Heyman, but that was a long time ago.

Now, Goldberg has secured his first booking since leaving WWE. Sadly, this won’t be a big deal for fans in the United States, because Goldberg is heading to the UK.

Diamond Dallas Page shared an advertisement for this weekend’s ‘For The Love Of Wrestling’ event in Manchester, England. That poster features some heavy-hitters from pro wrestling, including Goldberg.


The poster features Goldberg alongside DDP, Booker T, Kevin Nash and Paul Wight. It looks like this could be a big show for fans who attend the event, especially if they can score some choice autographs or photo-ops.

Goldberg has interest from a promoter in Israel to book his final match. After all, Goldberg has said for a long time that he wants his final match to take place in Israel.

We’ll have to see when Goldberg wrestles again. We’re sure that he will get plenty of questions about his in-ring retirement at the For The Love Of Wrestling event. For more on this story, and everything else going on in the pro wrestling world, stay tuned with us here at Ringside News.

What’s your take on Goldberg making this appearance? How much would you pay to watch him wrestle again? Sound off in the comments!

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