Goldberg did what he does best at SummerSlam on Sunday, and clearly, his old foe Chris Jericho was watching the show.
Goldberg made incredibly short work of Dolph Ziggler at SummerSlam, even after eating a couple of Super Kicks at the start of the match.
While it's not likely to happen, former WWE Superstar Sean Waltman thinks WWE should go the less popular route and have Dolph Ziggler beat Goldberg at this Sunday's SummerSlam pay-per-view.
After weeks of ongoing rumors, Goldberg returned to WWE on this week's episode of Raw and agreed to face Dolph Ziggler at the SummerSlam pay-per-view.
The rumors that Goldberg might replace The Miz at SummerSlam became a reality on Monday as the WWE Hall of Famer returned to close Raw on MizTV.
Despite already being booked in a match against The Miz, there are rumblings that Dolph Ziggler will take on Goldberg at SummerSlam.
Kofi Kingston and Dolph Ziggler have spent the bulk of their respective WWE careers in the mid-card level, but the former finally broke through as a main eventer at WrestleMania 35.
There are currently 10 matches listed for this Sunday's Extreme Rules pay-per-view event, but it sounds like WWE will be adding one more marquee match some time between now and the start of the show.
Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley are among the former WWE talents that AEW was able to recruit, but we know that the new wrestling promotion won't be stopping there.
We're not the biggest fans of referees opening cage doors, but we were willing to make an exception for the way it was used at Stomping Grounds.
Eric Bischoff was asked who he'd cast to start up a new NWO and while he could only name two of the three founding members, the choice for leader was a shock.
Dolph Ziggler returned to WWE TV this week and was inserted directly into a WWE Title match, but why?
Kofi Kingston had a rough night on SmackDown Live, being carted out on a stretcher after a vicious attack from a returning Dolph Ziggler.