In recent weeks, we have begun to hear about Elimination Chamber, the next PPV that will be dedicated to the company's infernal cages, which from this year it seems that it will always be held in the Asian country, so that we can having a large crowd of people supporting WWE Superstars, on the other side of the world, than usual.
At the moment, WWE has already confirmed that there will be an inside-the-cage match valid for the WWE Championship, with Bobby Lashley being called to his first titled defense after his resounding Royal Rumble victory, with his opponents.
who will be Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, Austin Theory, Matt Riddle and AJ Styles. Obviously, this is just one of the cartel matches of the company's Arab PPV, with numerous other titled matches that are already under construction, such as the one between the Usos and the Viking Raiders, made official in the night or many others.
Among these, it seems that a match will also be announced shortly with the WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg, who has been absent from the rings of the Stamford-based company from Crown Jewel. According to what was reported in the last few hours by the well-known site Fightful, it seems that Da Man will soon return to the WWE TV screens, (it's a matter of days), to build his new feud in the McMahon-owned company rings.
New details on Goldberg
According to the reporters of the well-known site, his next opponent should be none other than the Tribal Chief of the blue show, Roman Reigns, with the opponent of Lesnar of Wrestlemania, who should thus finally stage the match never seen at Wrestlemania 36, when Reigns was absent for fear of covid-19, with his wife who was at home pregnant with her twins.
After seeing Goldberg's defeat at the hands of Braun Strowman, on that occasion, now it would seem the time has come to see Reigns vs Goldberg, with the two that should collide in Elimination Chamber, in view of Wrestlemania 38 then.
Months later, The Tribal Chief defeated The Fiend and Braun Strowman in a Triple Threat match at Payback 2020 to win the Universal Championship. He has held the title ever since, becoming the longest-reigning champion in the title's history.
Goldberg last competed inside the squared circle against Bobby Lashley at Crown Jewel in October last year where he emerged victorious. It was earlier reported that Goldberg has only one match remaining on his WWE contract, which seemingly would end after the reported match against Reigns in Saudi Arabia.
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