One week after appearing via satellite to talk about murdering Bobby Lashley, Goldberg will be on the premises when WWE brings Raw to the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Oct. 4.
This will be the Hall of Famer’s first in-person appearance since losing to Lashley at SummerSlam back in August. It was at that show that the All Mighty put his hands on Goldberg’s son Gage, inciting the legend’s homicidal quest.
WWE’s announcement of Goldberg’s appearance focuses on Lashley, and he could very well be there to set-up a rematch for Crown Jewel on Oct. 21 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
But now that the first night of the Draft confirmed that WWE champion Big E is officially staying on Raw, I’d be lying if I didn’t admit to being a little excited by the possibility our guy Large Epsilon might be one step closer to his dream of slapping meat with big Bill G.
We’ll see what happens on Monday’s show, which will also feature the rest of the 2021 WWE Draft.