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“I’m Next:” Goldberg Returns to WWE Programming, Sets Stage for Match Against Champion Bobby Lashley

An encounter among Goldberg and Lashley on “Monday Night Raw” seems to allude to a potential match in the following month’s “SummerSlam.”

A championship against WWE champion Bobby Lashley seems to be next for the bringing Goldberg back.

The 54-year-old Goldberg got back to WWE programming on Monday Night Raw, showing up interestingly since this present January’s Royal Rumble. After Lashley crushed Keith Lee on Raw, Goldberg came out to the ring and had a gaze down with Lashley. Goldberg giggled at Lashley and proclaimed that “I’m straightaway.”

The conflict seems to make way for a WWE title match among Lashley and Goldberg at the following month’s SummerSlam pay-per-see. SummerSlam is occurring at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 21.

After over 12 years from the ring, Goldberg got back to WWE in 2016. He became one of expert wrestling’s greatest stars subsequent to appearing for WCW in the last part of the 1990s and was beforehand with WWE from 2003-2004.

Goldberg has had nine matches and two all inclusive title rules since his 2016 return. His latest match was a misfortune against Drew McIntyre at January’s Royal Rumble.

Goldberg was enlisted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2018.

Lashley has been WWE champion since winning the title from The Miz this March. Lashley’s persona on WWE programming has as of late taken a more engaged and extreme turn, including holding the WWE title against Kofi Kingston in persuading style at Sunday’s Money in the Bank PPV.

With WWE getting back to visiting and live groups returning, Goldberg was WWE’s second huge return. John Cena made his re-visitation of WWE at Money in the Bank and started off the form to a match against all inclusive hero Roman Reigns at SummerSlam.