It appears that Dolph Ziggler and Goldberg are not finished with each other just yet.
Bill Goldberg put up an Instagram video of he and his SummerSlam 2019 opponent having to be physically separated at Andiamo Italian Steakhouse in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bill Goldberg mentioned that it was lucky for Ziggler that UFC Middleweight Fighter Eryk Anders was there to help keep the two separate and get Ziggler out of there. Currently, there is no clarification as to whether or not this altercation was a work or shoot.
.... what happens in Vegas obviously doesn’t stay in Vegas! -- My usual stop at @andiamolv to see @richardwilk and @bellatormma @roynelsonmma came with an unexpected surprise. Looks like @heelziggler and I still don’t see eye to eye! Fortunately for him I wasn’t still hungry! AND @ufc ‘s @erykanders was there to help him get away!!! #spear #jackhammer #whosnext @dodgeofficial @limitless @redynutrients @frioicechests @speedkore01
Dolph Ziggler and Bill Goldberg had a quick match at the 2019 SummerSlam. The match was made official following Dolph Ziggler running down the WCW legend for his performance at April's Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia, where Goldberg took on the Undertaker.
Currently, Dolph Ziggler is a RAW Tag Team Champion alongside Robert Roode. The tandem won the championship when they defeated Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins at this past Sunday's Clash Of Champions pay-per-view.
Goldberg, who was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2018, has not wrestled since his match with Ziggler at SummerSlam.
Matt Riddle, who has openly bashed Goldberg on social media, chimed in on Twitter saying he wish Goldberg had tried this with him.
Why didn’t you try this with me -- I would have had an even better story for watch along https://t.co/do0TRveelt— matthew riddle (@SuperKingofBros) September 21, 2019
On the WWE SummerSlam Watch Along on YouTube, Matt Riddle told the story of when he and Goldberg met backstage at the event. While there was no physicality between the two, Goldberg would tell Riddle, "I'm not your bro," before the two agreed to disagree.