WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg who has not been seen in the ring since very long time, is sweating out hard in the training sessions for his remarkable comeback at Saudi Arabia show on June 7 in King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, Jeddah. As per the speculations brewing up in WWE Universe, Almighty giant Bobby Lashley could face the American wrestler in the Arabian Show. Earlier, the 42-year-old Lashley ended the career of ‘Lunatic’ Dean Ambrose on sad note as the Almighty wrestler knocked down Ambrose in WWE RAW night in the action-pack feud.
Though, WWE is announcing the return of Goldberg since long and the NFL superstar also hinted his return to the ring at the flagship event of WrestleMania 33. Recently, the giant took to Instagram and posted a video in which he was training with Muay Thai expert wrestler Ruben Rowell Jr. at the Extreme Power Gym in Oceanside, California. While sharing the news of his arrival with the fans he said, “Back in Saddle and here we go again. Less than a month left”.
Earlier late 90s superstar was best-known for his undefeated streak of 173-0 in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) feud which was later broken by his 59-year-old colleague Kevin Nash. During the past two decades in WWE, World Champion won both the path-breaking titles of the company, World Heavyweight Title and the Universal Title.
Eventually, when he was at the peak of his wrestling career in WCW, the oscillating storyline with Brock Lesnar put him down at the WrestleMania 33. Though, Goldberg pushed out The Beast earlier in the Royal Rumble battle of 2017 but later Lesnar returned the favor back. Before stepping in WWE world, Goldberg was a professional footballer who played for the Los Angeles Rams in 1990 season of National Football League (NFL). In March 2018, Goldberg was been inducted as the Hall of Famer of WWE by Paul Heyman.
Although it is not yet clear whether this would be the solo appearance of the superstar in 2019 or he would bring it on for some other battles apart from Arab show.