WWE Rumours: Goldberg’s massive Super ShowDown revealed

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WWE Rumours: Goldberg's massive Super ShowDown revealed

WWE Rumours: Goldberg’s massive Super ShowDown revealed

 

WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg last showed up in a WWE ring at the Super ShowDown PPV in Saudi Arabia, at which he lost a headliner match to The Undertaker.

The session, which was damaged by mix-ups and messes up, got Goldberg seven figure pay, as indicated by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Goldberg’s in-ring return at Super ShowDown saw the previous WCW Champion contend in a “fantasy coordinate” against Taker, an adversary he had never recently looked in his vocation.

The match itself was overflowing with messes up notwithstanding, as Goldberg continued genuine damage from the get-go in the challenge when busted open in the wake of hitting the turnbuckle face quick. His damage, combined with the extraordinary Saudi Arabian warmth, made the match self-destruct and finished with Taker completing Goldberg with a disappointing Chokeslam.

As per the most recent release of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Goldberg earned an astounding $1million for his match against The Undertaker at Super ShowDown, which they note is a similar total of cash as his drawback ensure all through the sum of 2003 and ’04.

“Goldberg’s figure for the one match was significantly more than his one year contract when he came to WWE in 2003-04 ($1 million drawback for eight dates for each month), however not as much as his WCW contract ($3 million every year) when he was at his pinnacle,” composed Dave Meltzer.

Concerning Taker and Brock Lesnar, who additionally worked the Super ShowDown PPV, there is no official word with respect to the amount they individually made for the occasion – however a similar source notes Lesnar likely made more than $1m himself.

Goldberg is next planned to confront Dolph Ziggler at WWE SummerSlam this Sunday night, and with Paul Heyman now accountable for Monday Night Raw, it’s presumable he will keep showing up for the organization in an extremely constrained limit.

Concerning The Undertaker, he had his taken shots at Super ShowDown reclamation when collaborating with Roman Reigns to annihilation Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon finally month’s Extreme Rules.

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