By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
Bill Goldberg addressed his match with Undertaker that headlined Friday’s WWE Super ShowDown event with the following on Twitter: “Knocked myself out and thought I could finish…. love my fans…..but let u down. Everyone else that found “pleasure” ….. hope ur happy.”
Powell’s POV: Goldberg apparently knocked himself out when he charged Taker, who moved as planned, and then Goldberg crashed into the corner. Goldberg came out of the spot a bloody mess. He seemed okay for a few minutes, but then everything fell apart during the closing minute of the match. The bigger issue at this point is that Goldberg was allowed to finish the match after admittedly knocking himself out. I won’t come down too hard on WWE, as he did seem okay for a few minutes. So if he convinced the person in charge of making the call that he could continue, then I can see how the match would be allowed to move forward even if turned out to be the wrong call.
Knocked myself out and thought I could finish…. love my fans…..but let u down. Everyone else that found “pleasure” ….. hope ur happy
— Bill Goldberg (@Goldberg) June 7, 2019
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