Goldberg has one match left on his WWE contract

Goldberg is considered a particularly major WWE attraction. The former world champion is paid large sums by the company to wrestle only a few times a year. With Only one match left in the deal, Goldberg and WWE have some decisions to make.

While some appearances in AEW sound appealing, Goldberg comes with a hefty price tag. WWE’s deal with Saudi Arabia free up enough money to make signing with superstars possible. It’s unlikely that Tony Khan would pour that money into a 55-year-old wrestler. In the most recent Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer analyzes Goldberg’s contract situation.

“The biggest name deal is Goldberg, who has one game left on his contract. His contract is huge for only a few games a year and I believe there is no cutback. It’s a deal that I can’t see fit for AEW to compete with because they don’t have the Saudi Arabian proceeds to execute his deal.

Goldberg turns 55 so you don’t know if they think they’ve gotten rid of all their nostalgia for him, but they don’t have any special charms aside from him and Lesnar and Edge (and Shane) McMahon, who is still under a talent contract) because I doubt Paul Levesque will wrestle and Undertake is done, even though Undertake and Austin are on big money deals (like Ric Flair was) just to keep them as part of a ‘forever.’ promotion.

Bill Goldberg may end his career in the ring. While he may have a few matches left, the insane price tag that comes with booking him would be harmful to most promotions. It sounds like it’s WWE or nothing to Goldberg, unless Tony Khan thinks he’s manipulative enough to throw crazy money at.

Do you think Goldberg is more than a match? Share your opinion in the comments!

December 10, 2021 7:56 am Goldberg has one match left on his WWE contract

Curtis Crabtree

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