Goldberg reveals how “piece of shit” Vince McMahon manipulated him to lose vs Roman Reigns for guaranteed WWE retirement match

Recent incidents have provided Bill Goldberg with the opportunity to convey his feelings about his wish to compete in a retirement match for WWE. His connection with the organization resulted in a less-than-friendly ending, even though he had worked for the company on many occasions and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. 

The legendary wrestler Goldberg has not been shy about discussing these issues in an open and honest manner. In his most recent criticism, Goldberg once again expressed his annoyance against Vince McMahon, claiming that the chairman of WWE had broken a commitment about a retirement match.

Goldberg lashes out at Vince McMahon

After going on an incredible 173-match winning run in WCW, Goldberg suddenly became a household name in the world of professional wrestling in 1996. It was in 2003 that he made the transfer to WWE, after a great stint with the World Heavyweight Championship. After more than a decade away from the world of professional wrestling, he made a short comeback in 2016, despite his limited visits.

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On the Steve & Captain Evil podcast, Goldberg disclosed that his last WWE bout was in February 2022, but he only agreed to it if there would be a farewell match, which never happened.

His dissatisfaction was on display when he criticized Vince McMahon, referring to him as a “piece of sh*t.” The possible consequences have sparked hypothesis, but with Triple H now in charge of creative choices and it’s doubtful that they will affect his comeback.

At this time, there are no plans for Goldberg to return, even if Vince McMahon is no longer engaged personally. Since Triple H is now in charge of WWE’s day-to-day operations, it seems unlikely that Goldberg would earn a retirement match under The Game’s supervision, especially considering the rumored tension between the two.

Is Goldberg going to join AEW?

Goldberg, a former WWE Hall of Famer, has stated his intention to participate in the 2024 farewell match for AEW superstar Sting. Sting will retire at AEW Revolution on March 3, 2024, after having joined the promotion upon the expiration of his WWE contract in 2020. 

There have been rumors that AEW President Tony Khan has been in contact with Goldberg, who is presently a free agent, suggesting that Goldberg may join All Elite Wrestling for this special event, even if this is not officially confirmed.

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In Steve & Captain Evil, the Hall Of Famer said, “Sting is the reason why I broke into the business. Sting set a great example. He’s about to retire. I tried to be part of his retirement match. I would not have chosen to get into the world of professional wrestling if it wasn’t for Sting.”

Vince McMahon’s action has damaged Goldberg’s relationship with WWE. As a result, Tony Khan probably has a good chance of bringing him into the AEW arena before Sting retires. Share your opinion about Goldberg’s AEW joining chances in the comment section. 

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