3 reasons why Undertaker and Goldberg should never wrestle again after the WWE Super ShowDown disaster
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WWE Super ShowDown concluded in Jeddah on Friday (it became Saturday in Saudi Arabia by the time the show ended), and just like the last PPV, this one, too, ended with a sour taste in the mouth.
The whole show was decent with almost every match being either average or slightly above it, save the last one. The pick of the show was the match between Triple H and Randy Orton, as they battled with all they had in the squared circle.
The encounter between Lars Sullivan and Lucha House Party was surprisingly good as well, with the match ending in a disqualification as all three members of the Lucha House Party attacked Sullivan, who then destroyed them while they were leaving the ring.
The surprise of the evening was the Big Dog Roman Reigns taking a defeat at the hands of Shane McMahon. Even though Drew McIntyre interfered to Claymore Kick Reigns and have McMahon then win via a pin, it was quite shocking to see WWE let Reigns lose.
However, the talk of the PPV was the main event match between Goldberg and The Undertaker. The absolute rain of botches in that match showed that these two legends should never have pitted against each other right now – and here are three reasons why the match was a wakeup call…
#3 Too slow
Obviously. With age, you start slowing down. Goldberg wasn’t really the best in-ring performer to begin with. His ‘kneebar’ to Undertaker looked more like a leg hug than anything else.
Meanwhile, the Undertaker too was slow to execute his move. The chokeslam to end the match was lackluster and didn’t look as great as it once did. Both of them are in their 50s and are no longer as quick as they once were, which is a dangerous thing because someone…