WWE fans are furious after Goldberg won the Universal Championship from Bray Wyatt at Super ShowDown. The WWE Hall of Famer had yet another short match in Saudi Arabia which saw him becoming a four-time world champion at the Mohammed Abdu Arena in Riyadh.
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The WCW legend delivered a whopping four Spears to The Fiend but they didn’t appear to have any affect as the Universal Champion kept kicking out.
The Eater of Worlds tried to fight back with the Mandible Claw but Goldberg fought back and set his opponent up for the Jackhammer.
Goldberg connected with the powerful move to end Wyatt’s undefeated streak and become Universal Champion for the second time in his career.
The WWE Universe, though, isn’t pleased with the outcome as they lashed out on Twitter in protest.
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A number of WWE faithful believe the 53-year-old veteran didn’t deserve the belt and feel like that result will have a negative effect on Wyatt’s momentum.
One fan tweeted: “The Fiend is now killed. You really destroyed everything Bray did just to put the belt on a 51 year old Goldberg….”
Another posted: “AEW Revolution this weekend.”
A third said: “WrestleMania is cancelled this year”
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This fan wrote: “Fancy slowly and methodically building the most over character in @WWE only to squash him in a glorified house show by a part time 53 year old.”
Another stated: “Legit just canceled my @WWENetwork and I had it since day 1 saw a lot of bs but this is unacceptable.”
A sixth user said: “A part timer with two moves, two moves that empty the tank for him and yet he squashes the guy who took a million stomps. It’s sad.”
And finally this fan posted: “The only winner here is AEW.”
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Goldberg looks set to compete at WrestleMania 36 on April 5 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
It was reported that he will square off with Roman Reigns, who ended his long and arduous feud with King Corbin in Saudi Arabia.
Reigns defeated Corbin in a Steel Cage Match and is now likely to became the No1 contender at Elimination Chamber.
Wyatt, on the other hand, is likely to take on WWE legend and 16-time world champion John Cena, according to reports.
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