Goldberg will face Dolph Ziggler at SummerSlam after making a surprise return to WWE on last night’s Raw.

The 52-year-old will be back in a WWE ring for the second time this year, following his loss to The Undertaker at the Super ShowDown event in Saudi Arabia in June, a match during which he suffered a concussion.

Ziggler was a guest on Miz TV again, calling himself a legend, insulting Shawn Michaels and hyping himself up to such an extent that he did not realise the details of the contract he was signing.

The Miz has decided, somewhat surprisingly, to hand the SummerSlam spotlight to the former WCW legend Goldberg.

Ziggler will instead face Miz on next week’s Raw but at Sunday night’s big pay-per-view it will be the owner of a certain long undefeated streak who will stand across the ring from the Showoff.

In classic Goldberg style, he had very few words for Ziggler – who is rarely short of things to say himself.



iGaming expert - with over 10 years of experience in the retail market in Italy and knowledge of global online gaming. In the past he has worked with the largest national gambling companies and he managed some land-based shops on their behalf. Entrepreneur, investor and enthusiast of difficult challenges, in 2015 he founded The Betting Coach Group, an international news and social marketing agency geared towards sports, esports and gambling companies. He is currently the C.E.O of The Betting Coach and is a consultant for Mr. Dragone collaborates with providers (game developers) and event organizers with the aim of helping them develop networks and business across continents. Passionate about journalism, he is the creator and promoter of iGaming Cafè, the first talk show in Italy, dedicated to companies and delegates from the gaming world.

Leave a Reply