New Footage Shows The Shocking Moment Goldberg Collapsed After Undertaker Match

WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg collapsed to the floor after his match with The Undertaker at Super ShowDown.

The two wrestling legends main evented the PPV in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, but the clash failed to live up to the hype.

Goldberg suffered a nasty injury during the match when he ran head first into the ring post, which busted him open and left many wondering if he had suffered a concussion.

But the match clearly took its toll on the visibly exhausted WCW icon.

A short clip has started to make the rounds that shows the 52-year-old American collapsing outside of the ring.

After the match, Goldberg came out on Twitter with an update on his situation and apologised to the fans.

"Knocked myself out and thought I could finish," he tweeted.

"Love my fans.....but let u down. Everyone else that found 'pleasure'..... hope ur [sic] happy."

What was billed as a dream match for many fans ended up being a complete disaster for most.

The two titans traded blows and initially put on a spectacle that could have lived up to the hype, but the match nosedived after a number of botched moments.

The Undertaker hit Goldberg with his signature Tombstone Piledriver, only for slow-motion videos to reveal the nasty bump his head took when his head hit the ring's canvas.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Goldberg also tried his Jackhammer finisher on The Undertaker and lifted him in the air, but then he dropped the Deadman on his neck in another shocking moment.

Fans slated the match on social media, with The Undertaker looking far from impressed after the anticlimactic finish.

The WWE legend, real name Mark Calaway, even liked a comment from a fan calling for the company to allow him to retire.

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