Ryback’s reputation continues to plummet, and no one wants to have anything to do with him now. This is especially because of his unruly and downright petty behavior over the years. Now it appears Ryback is once again calling out Goldberg for a match at AEW All In.

WWE Hall Of Famer Goldberg has done a lot for the business, but he remains a free agent after his WWE contract expired. Fans continue to speculate what e will do next and many pro wrestlers want to face him.

Ringside News exclusively reported that Goldberg is not happy about the status of his retirement match. It was also reported that Goldberg’s retirement match is not concern for WWE.

As previously reported, Ryback announced that he is set to return to the ring after long hiatus. Due to this, Ryback previously called out Goldberg for a retirement match. Ryback took to Twitter and made it clear that he wants to face off against Goldberg at AEW All In. He even added a custom song in the post for good measure.


Feed Me Goldberg! Despite @wwe illegally restricting my social media the last 7 years YOU great fans have kept me alive. We have a lot of work to do, but MY story is just beginning. @lindayacc

@elonmusk The truth always wins and my Hunger will never be fulfilled! #Hungry @Goldberg

Ryback also recently hinted at making his debut in AEW. AEW President Tony Khan also confirmed he has talked to Goldberg recently. It remains to be seen whether Ryback will get his wish and face off against Goldberg at AEW All In in August.

What’s your view on Ryback’s repeated challenges? Do you think Goldberg will accept it? Let us know in the comments below!

Tags: AEW All In
Subhojeet Mukherjee

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