Matt Riddle and Bill Goldberg had a pretty rocky relationship. On several occasions, the two WWE Superstars have shown their dislike for each other. Back in 2019, Riddle criticized Goldberg for being an unsafe and dangerous worker and said that he was “the worst wrestler in the business.” Now it appears Riddle called out Goldberg amid his retirement rumors.

Now the two can actually speak in the Gorilla Position without having any issues. Riddle has also called out Goldberg in the past and was not shy about it. Riddle was also confronted by Goldberg backstage during SummerSlam in 2019, where he told Riddle that he was “not his bro.” Goldberg also blocked Riddle on social media in the past.

Goldberg previously revealed in an interview that he still appreciates Matt Riddle even if he doesn’t necessarily like Riddle. The former NXT star stated that he understands why Goldberg doesn’t like him as person.

WWE Hall Of Famer Goldberg remains a free agent after his WWE contract expired. Ringside News exclusively reported that Goldberg is unhappy about the status of his retirement match. It was also reported that Goldberg’s retirement match is not concern for WWE.

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Amidst his retirement rumors, Matt Riddle took to Twitter and uploaded a photo of himself along with Goldberg during a backstage confrontation, as he seemingly called out the WWE Hall Of Famer.

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For the time being, Ryback has been constantly calling out Goldberg for match at AEW All In. Regardless, we will have to wait and see who Goldberg will end up facing in his final match.

What’s your view on what Matt Riddle did? Do you want to see Matt Riddle vs Goldberg? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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