WWE has many options on the table about who they can bring back into the fold. Although some returns are bound to happen, but one is pretty much off the table at this point.

Goldberg went bit ballistic as he recalled Vince McMahon lying to him about a retirement match. The deal was, according to Goldberg, that Vince McMahon would give him a retirement match if he came back to put Roman Reigns over.

Goldberg returned to WWE, and he lost to Roman Reigns in Saudi Arabia. That retirement match never followed, and the WWE Hall of Famer isn’t happy about it.

“I owe him everything, until we went to Saudi Arabia and he asked me to put Roman Reigns over, and I had COVID. I remember calling him from my house and said, ‘Listen, here is the deal. I’ll do it if you give me a retirement match.’ I did what he asked. As a performer, I was 56 years old. As a human being, you’re conscientious about how you look in a bathing suit, especially two months prior to being in that bathing suit, you couldn’t work out because you had COVID. I put myself in a horribly sh*tty situation to get what I wanted to, but to satiate him and give him what he wanted.”


Ringside News has received 100% confirmation after speaking to sources in WWE that Goldberg is never talked about. There is no discussion about his return to the company at all.

Goldberg is very upset about how WWE handled his retirement. He feels as though Vince McMahon lied to him, and he made that very clear. He also is not in any discussion at any level about returning to the company.

We will have to see if AEW snags Goldberg. You know that Tony Khan would love to book Goldberg’s retirement. That being said, Goldberg wanted to be a part of Sting’s retirement, but he apparently didn’t get the green light from Tony Khan.

What’s your take on Goldberg’s future in the pro wrestling business? Where will he have his retirement match? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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