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“Money involved in action figures and merch alone will set all time record highs” – Former Champion Wants To Face Goldberg

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We reported that Ryback challenged WCW Legend Goldberg multiple times to a match at Bill’s rumored retirement tour. Goldberg plans to do an independent retirement tour, as WWE might not bring him back for an official retirement match.

Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback took to Twitter and claimed that such a match against the famous WCW Legend would break the all-time record when it comes to merchandise sales.

Here’s what he tweeted:

“I don’t mean to keep harping on this, but the money involved in #RybackVSGoldberg in action figures and merch alone will set all time record highs in the business. Let The Big Guy Cook!


Goldberg wrestled his last match to date in February 2022, when he unsuccessfully challenged Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship at the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia.

Speaking of a rumored Goldberg vs Ryback match, WWE Veteran Dolph Ziggler recently jokingly tweeted that he would love to see this match, to which The Big Guy replied the following in an also very sarcastic Tweet of his own, while posting a video of him defeating Ziggler:

“Thank you to all the great people and fans and @HEELZiggler for being such a good friend.”

The Big Guy recently asked his Twitter followers, how many accounts were shadowbanned in the past, to which former WWE Star Zack Ryder (Matt Cardona) replied that his was banned in such a way as well.

Ryback then tweeted the following:

“Next thing to ask is how many other former @wwe talent are as well and why? @VinceMcMahon is well known for wanting control over talents and wanting them to crawl back in which he low balls them before eventually releasing. His 48 Laws of Power are outdated and the truth always wins. @Endeavor @TripleH only a matter of time.”

Ryback was destined to be ‘The Next Big Thing’ in 2012, when he achieved an impressive 38 match undefeated streak, that could’ve easily continued for at least another year, if WWE hadn’t put him into the main event too quickly, in order to replace an injured John Cena.

CM Punk was going to drop the WWE Championship to The Rock at the upcoming Royal Rumble 2013 PPV, so they had to end Ryback’s streak somehow in the main event of Hell In A Cell 2012, and they did so with the referee turning heel and screwing The Big Guy.

After the undefeated streak ended, the bad booking for the up-and-coming top star continued and his push in WWE eventually came to an end.

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