WWE is truly a festival to behold for every fan in the world. WWE is not only an entertainment franchise. It is inspiring in so many ways. It makes people believe in being like these larger than life personalities. There storylines are also so engaging and built in such a way that we get passionate about them.
They give a message to their viewers, that you can fight for what you want and achieve your aim in each and every way possible. It is tailor made for moments that happened recently.
The moment in discussion happened when Goldberg shocked the wrestling world at the Super ShowDown event on Thursday when he beat “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt to win the WWEUniversal Championship. The 53-year-old veteran sealed the win by defeating Wyatt with four spears and a Jackhammer in three minutes.
With this win Goldberg has not only earned the title but also managed to create records by becoming the first man to become a WWE world champion after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. He’s also currently the second-oldest man to ever hold one of WWE’s world titles at 53 years and two months old, less than one year behind the record holder Vince McMahon who won in 1999 at 54 years and 21 days old.
Goldberg had a lot to prove when he entered Thursday’s match as he had to redeem himself from the last time when he lost miserably in Saudi Arabia against The Undertaker.
— Italo Santana (@BulletClubIta) February 27, 2020
He said regarding this,
“I need to erase my last performance here, first and foremost,” Goldberg told Sports Illustrated. “I knocked myself out 30 seconds into the match, and I performed like a school child. That’s one of the reasons I’m back, and this is my opportunity to do it.”
Well we can say it now, that he has erased every memory of that embarrassment by the amazing performance he put forward.