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Goldberg to make WWE return

WWE’s ten-year partnership with the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia will continue on June 7th and they are including many superstars who are rarely featured in the company.

WWE officially announced their return to Saudi Arabia. During their announcement, they mentioned the names of many top WWE superstars which include the likes of The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, and Bill Goldberg.

The Saudi General Sports Authority, in partnership with WWE, will host an event at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Friday, June 7, at 8 p.m. AST. The event will feature WWE Superstars Roman Reigns, Undertaker, Kofi Kingston, Braun Strowman, Seth Rollins, Goldberg, AJ Styles and Brock Lesnar, and stream live on WWE Network.

Additional details on the event’s matches, ticket availability and pricing, and regional broadcast information will be announced in the coming weeks

As of now, there is no additional information regarding what Goldberg will be doing in Saudi Arabia but we can expect more information soon enough.

Roman Reigns is also advertised for the event. We will keep you updated as we get to know more regarding the Saudi Arabia event.

  • Brad Grillakis

    Thanks CC. Guess times are changing over there.

  • Yespage

    As much as he can’t wrestle, it’d be funny to watch security try to detain him as they get tossed around like rag dolls.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I don’t blame older wrestler wanting to get a big payday. HBK did it now it is Bill Goldberg hey if they offer you 20 million you do it too.

  • Kayfabe_Is_Dead

    Interested to see who he faces, if it’s not Lesnar…

  • Darrin Tyler

    brock? Brock has no contract with the company anymore, niether does Goldberg…

  • CC

    Jews are not banned from Saudi Arabia, Israeli Jews are not allowed in. Jews from other nations are welcome but are not allowed to practice any religious practices. There is also an issue with Syrian Jews, which is why Sami Zayn did not go last year.

    This quote explains it more:

    In late December 2014, the newspaper Al-Watan
    reported that the Saudi Labor ministry website permits foreign workers
    of a variety of different faiths, including Judaism, to live and work in
    Saudi Arabia. A source within the ministry said, in effect, that
    Israelis were not allowed to enter Saudi Arabia, but Jews of other
    nationalities would not have the entry ban applied to them. In practice Christians and Jews may hold religious services but only in their homes and may not invite Muslims.

  • Soulshroude

    Good question.

  • Brad Grillakis

    Goldberg is Jewish. I don’t think Jews are allowed in Saudi Arabia. Anyone knows about this?