The WWE has been heavily criticized in the past for having scripted promos which limit the creativity of its wrestlers. Many WWE wrestlers have asked to be released because they feel like they are being limited by the WWE in what they can say or do when cutting promos.
Jon Moxley was the one who spoke about it after he left during various interviews, and stated that he didn’t want to deal with scripted promos again. That is the reason why he left. At the WWE Super Showdown event, which will take place in Saudi Arabia, Goldberg will wrestle The Undertaker.
This will be one of the biggest matches in the history of the WWE, although many people believe that the wrestlers are way past their primes. Goldberg will make his WWE return at SSD. The event is going to take place today and the last time we saw Goldberg compete in a WWE ring was at WrestleMania 35.
Goldberg lost his WWE Universal Title to Brock Lesnar that night. According to a report by the Wrestling Observer Radio, Goldberg was not given a script for the promo that he cut on Smackdown this week. It appears as though Goldberg has the same deal as that of Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar. Goldberg has the creative freedom and he can say whatever he wants to say.