Goldberg’s Last Match – Israel, AEW Star Recreating Hart Dungeon
Goldberg’s WWE deal is done, but will he have a last match in Israel? Plus, an AEW star is recreating a "Hart Dungeon" training facility.
As most fans are well aware, Goldberg’s WWE contract expired in January. With that said, it sounds like he’s open to one last match. Could that be in Israel? Plus, an AEW star is planning on recreating the “Hart Dungeon” for a new training facility.
Goldberg’s Last Match – Israel
According to Fightful Select, Goldberg is talking about one final match. The report reveals that there’s been a pitch for him to work one last bout, in Israel.
Gotmix News @Goldberg Goldberg talks playing at @GeorgiaFootball being in NFL, & to joining the @WWE @WWEonAE#WWEonAE #gotmix #AllAmericanBowl pic.twitter.com/qRwYXURZkv
— GotMix News (@gotmix) January 7, 2023
No information on the promotion he’d be working for or who his potential opponent could be. WNZ will keep fans updated on this developing story when more information comes down the pipe.
More On Goldberg’s Last Match – Israel
Goldberg had quite the time with the WWE during his last run. He became a two-time WWE Universal Champion and had incredible programs with talents like Kevin Owens, Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, Bobby Lashley, and Brock Lesnar.
He was also inducted into the company’s Hall of Fame (HOF) in 2018. In fact, he became the first WWE HOFer to become champion, after his induction ceremony.
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Of course, the superstar is most known for his WCW streak, with an unprecedented 173 winning matches in a row. It’ll be interesting to see if Goldberg has another match, and what that will look like.
Over to AEW news, a star recently revealed plans to recreate the Hart Dungeon for a wrestling training facility. More on this, below.
AEW Star Recreating Hart Dungeon
The Hart Dungeon was an iconic wrestling school in the Hart family mansion’s basement. It was run by the legendary Stu Hart.
Some of the graduates include Davey Boy Smith, Christian, Edge, Chris Jericho, Mark Henry, and Lance Storm. It’s important to note that Natalya was the first female graduate.
The Dungeon was seen as a “hard knock” wrestling facility. Graduating from the school was a status symbol in the wrestling business because the training was so harsh.
During a recent chat on his wife’s podcast, The Sessions with Renee Paquette, Jon Moxley recently states his idea around a “modern take” on the Hart Dungeon. He notes that he’s building a “physical location” for the Blackpool Combat Club in his basement.
Currently, the BCC consists of Jon, Wheeler Yuta, Claudio Castagnoli, and Bryan Danielson. What can people expect from Moxley’s Hart Dungeon 2.0 facility?
It’ll Be “Very Simple”
Moxley goes on to say the setup will be “very simple” like the Hart Dungeon was. Just a mat space, weights, and heavy bags.
Jon states that they’ll be able to train wrestlers there, jiu-jitsu, “anything”. Sounds like an interesting concept.
Moxley not only talked about his work-in-progress wrestling training facility during The Sessions, but he also chatted about CM Punk. Of course, Punk had recently thrown shade on both Moxley and the AEW on an Instagram story.
The story was deleted shortly after. But as we all know, nothing on the internet is truly ever “gone”.
Jon offered his side of the story on his wife’s podcast and provided some insight. In fact, one of the things he revealed was that during the summer of 2022, he worked as AEW World Champion without a contract.
Moxley seems more than annoyed by Punk’s IG comments. However, the good news is that he helped clear some misconceptions fans may have had.
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