The Undertaker Looked Disgusted With How Goldberg Dream Match Ended In Complete Disaster
The Undertaker was absolutely furious after the dream match with Goldberg was a complete disaster case.
WWE fans were excited when the company announced that the two icons would do battle in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for the Super ShowDown PPV.
But the entire main event clash between the two titans was a disappointment for fans, which started with Goldberg botching his entrance after banging on the door and emerging moments later with what appeared to be blood on his forehead.
Goldberg was able to pull off his signature Spear move and nailed the Deadman with it twice.
And then the WCW legend suffered a nasty injury when he ran head first into the ring post, busting himself open and many fearing that he might have been concussed.
Goldberg failed to pull off his Jackhammer finisher when he lifted Undertaker in the air, only for him to drop the WWE legend on his neck.
The Undertaker also nailed Goldberg with a Tombstone Piledriver, with a slow-motion video showing him take a bad bump when his head hit the ring's canvas.
The WWE Hall of Famer decided to try his own Tombstone and it failed horribly when he couldn't hold up the Deadman, leaving Undertaker to climb back to his feet, nail him with the Chokeslam and secure the win.
It's safe to say that The Undertaker's reaction at the end of the match said it all, with him looking completely unimpressed with the finish.
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Following on from the match, Goldberg took to Twitter to provide an update on his condition and to say that he was disappointed for letting the fans down.
"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."
Social media was flooded with messages from angry fans, who expressed how disgusted they were with the horror show they had seen in the match.
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