4 WWE legends who Vince McMahon won't allow to wrestle again
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WWE Super ShowDown 2019 was yet another example of why old-timers need to take a backseat and they need to take it as soon as possible. In case you're not aware, let's sum it up - the main event of Super ShowDown saw Goldberg take on The Undertaker in a first-time-ever dream match".
As fans already knew, the dream match was around 10-15 years too late. What we got was two old men way past their prime seemingly wrestling for a good payday. But the reality is that it was painful to watch.
The Undertaker has been someone who should have been retired five years ago. He did retire two years ago but that's officially gone down the drain. Now he just wrestles at the Saudi Arabia events for a good payday.
Since he's obviously not going to retire as yet, we won't be including him on this list. However, there are a few legends who won't be allowed to get in a WWE ring and compete again and Vince McMahon will make sure of it. Here are the four names:
#4. Goldust/Dustin Rhodes
Dustin Rhodes, aka Goldust, personally requested for his release from WWE so he could go and be a part of All Elite Wrestling. In the first event Double or Nothing, he showed a fire like never before, bringing it to his half-brother Cody Rhodes and having the best match of his career (and Cody's as well).
His post-match interactions saw him take many jabs at WWE, stating that many superstars from the company texted him about it and that WWE feels like a jail of sorts. With Dustin Rhodes now being a part of AEW, it's unlikely that Vince McMahon will ever allow him to wrestle again in WWE.