The last time we saw Bill Goldberg, he was losing the WWE Universal Championship to Braun Strowman at Wrestlemania in a forgettable two minute match. Nothing has been seen of him since but it seems, that loss won’t be the last time he steps back into a WWE ring.
In a recent appearance on the The Pop Culture Show podcast Goldberg revealed:
“I am contracted with the WWE for the next two years through 2022, ’23. I’ve got two matches per year. I’ve exhausted my limit this year quite early on April the fifth with WrestleMania under these really weird circumstances. But I’ve got a couple other extremely interesting projects right on the cusp, but as you guys know in the entertainment business right now everything’s on hold unless it’s a production of 10 or under pretty much. We got a lot of cool things that people are going to find out about pretty soon. My WWE commitment is still going strong. At 53, I never would’ve imagined especially after making fun of Flair when he was doing it in his early 40s”
Goldberg has already wrestled twice this year beating The Fiend for the Universal Championship at The Super Showdown in February and then losing the belt to Braun Strowman at Wrestlemania.
In this time of uncertainty it is difficult predict what WWE will do with Goldberg in 2021, however one would imagine ‘Da Man’s’ involvement will centre around the major PPV’s and if and when the WWE start to run shows in Saudi Arabia again.