Sports

“Slightly edited” Goldberg-Undertaker Match on WWE Network Shows Only Entrances and Pinfall

The bout was generally not well received by fans or pundits...

Despite trumpeting it as a “historic, first-time-ever dream match,” World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has uploaded an edited version — just four minutes long — of Friday’s bout between The Undertaker and Goldberg.

Whereas the sports-entertainment company insists the edited match is “subtly streamlined,” the revision is 94 percent shorter than the original match, and shows only the elaborate entrances and the final three-count.

The match, held Friday at Super ShowDown in [REDACTED], fell short of many fans’ expectations, with Goldberg (67)  knocking himself unconscious, and the Undertaker (71) involuntarily soiling his adult undergarments.

undertaker not impressed
The Undertaker (real name Theo N. deTaikur) defeated Goldberg somehow, though the footage on the WWE Network does not reveal how.

While many of the fans at King [MABEL] Stadium in Je[RSEY CITY] found the match entertaining, the bout was generally not well received by fans or pundits in the West, who unanimously considered it a dumpster fire.

The edited version of the match now available on the WWE Network features the Undertaker’s full entrance, footage of a Goldberg entrance from WCW in 1997, and numerous audio clips of former commentator Vince McMahon hollering “What a maneuver!”

Leave a Comment