There is still a chance that Goldberg could be making his AEW debut at All In.
With All Elite Wrestling holding its biggest show ever on August 27th at Wembley Stadium, Tony Khan will want to make sure that the debut UK show is as memorable as possible. However, despite the marquee event being less than 2 weeks away, only 5 matches have been made official for the main card, leaving fans to speculate on what other matches could be added on to the line-up.
With the rumoured appearance of the WCW legend being in the headlines leading up to the event, Dave Meltzer was asked if he had any information regarding the potential debut.
Speaking on the McGuire on Wrestling podcast, Meltzer states that he hasn’t heard anything confirming the appearance, but there is still a chance that it may happen:
“It’s not out of the realm of possibility of Bill Goldberg wrestling (at All In), but I haven’t heard that that’s happening, I’ll just say that.”
Has Goldberg Retired From Wrestling?
Following the Hall of Famer’s contract expiring with WWE, the former World Heavyweight Champion is now a free agent, meaning that he could turn up for any promotion as soon as possible. With Goldberg being 56 years old and first debuting in 1996, the master of the Jackhammer has discussed winding down his career with a possible retirement tour. If WWE is no longer an option, there are few venues bigger to have a sendoff than a stadium filled with more than 80,000 people.
To further the rumours that Goldberg could debut at All In, Tony Khan has confirmed that conversations with the WWE star have taken place in the past.
With speculation as to who the final opponent would be for the multiple-time World Champion, one Hall of Famer believes that the honours of the final match should go to Bret Hart.
H/t to WrestleTalk