According to Xero News, Goldberg is expected to appear on Raw soon, with the aim of warming up the WWE Universe ahead of his match at Crown Jewel. It is rumored that Bill could face Veer Mahaan and Omos in a triple threat match.
Goldberg has performed in Saudi Arabia in the past, but things didn't always go the right way. To Sportskeeda's microphones, EC3 recalled the infamous match between Goldberg and The Undertaker at Super ShowDown 2019. That meeting became famous due to the large number of botches: "Bill suffered a couple of concussions during that contest.
It was supposed to be an epic battle, but it turned into something different. As the minutes went by, the meeting became more and more confusing and they both risked getting seriously hurt. Neither was satisfied with their performance and on the return flight the disappointment was palpable.
I remember Goldberg was furious with himself, he just couldn't get over it. We heartened him and told him to be happy with his extraordinary career."
Goldberg could return to the ring
Goldberg played his last match against Roman Reigns at Elimination Chamber 2022.
Despite being defeated, Bill had a magnificent performance that left fans and insiders speechless. Nobody expected the 55-year-old from Tulsa to be able to perform at that level at his age. The former WCW star has often been criticized for his excessive payoffs and for the countless titled chances he has received over the years, but there is no denying that he made wrestling history.
In his professional career, he has in fact achieved 322 victories out of 376 matches played and has remained undefeated for 460 consecutive days. Recently, Goldberg admitted that he is still under contract with WWE and that he wants to return to the ring someday.
Goldberg has established himself as an absolute icon of this business, although he has received several reviews during his long career. The former WCW star has often been accused of fighting just for money, not forgetting the countless titled chances she has received over the years.
In addition to being a four-time world champion, Bill was also a two-time WCW United States Champion and one-time WCW World Tag Team Champion. In 2003, he was recognized as the first undefeated world champion in wrestling history.