Matt Riddle buries Goldberg.
The rivalry between Matt Riddle and Goldberg will probably never see the light of day on television, but that isn't stopping Riddle from getting his shots in on social media. During today's WWE Super ShowDown event in Jeddah, Riddle provided his running commentary on the main event bout between The Undertaker and Goldberg. And it was better than the actual match.
It started with Riddle commenting on Goldberg busting himself open after banging his head against the door prior to making his walk to the ring.
After that, the former UFC fighter gave Goldberg his props for his rolling kneebar.
Finally, Riddle gave his thoughts on Goldberg's overall performance, which included multiple botches and Undertaker seemingly taken the match home early. The tweet/video has since been deleted from Twitter but Riddle stated, "Goldberg, Goldberg. You lived up to the hype yet again. You're absolutely the worst wrestler in the business, bro. And that's not an opinion, that's a fact."
Riddle made headlines earlier this week when he revealed that Goldberg had blocked him on Twitter.
I can’t wait to watch your match this Friday so I can see how good you are at wrestling -------- pic.twitter.com/Ck3Sz5JnMn— matthew riddle (@SuperKingofBros) June 5, 2019
It shouldn't come as much of a surprise that at the request of a WWE rep, Riddle's follow-up tweet was deleted. However, the former UFC star posted another on Saturday clearing things up.
I love Pro Wrestling so much and that’s why I get mad at certain people because they’re unsafe, dangerous and a liability to everyone else, I’ve worked hard to get where I am and this is only the beginning!— matthew riddle (@SuperKingofBros) June 8, 2019
PS @undertaker is a stallion and is a true legend pic.twitter.com/WotacyNOre
This wasn't the first time Riddle has sounded off on Goldberg. Back in the BroCast days of 2017, Riddle discussed how a fight between the two would go down, or more specifically, how long Goldberg would last.
"Maybe two minutes max," said Riddle. "He does use steroids and he does work out a lot, I take that into account, he's probably really strong. But then I take age into consideration, I take wear and tear into consideration. I take his football career and concussions into consideration, I think it's about two minutes before I choke him out."
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