The match between Tom Magee and Bret Hart has become legendary over the years despite the fact that most wrestling fans have never seen it before. The infamous match took place in 1986, and the match was said to be so great that Vince McMahon was briefly convinced that Magee would become his next top star. WWE has refused to release the match on DVD or stream it on the WWE Network, but that is all finally about to change. WWE has announced that the match will air on the WWE Network after Raw ends this Monday night, and it will then be followed by a documentary called “Holy Grail: The Search for WWE’s Most Infamous Lost Match.” This announcement comes right after Tom Magee and Bret Hart were announced for the Starrcast event later this month.
WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg has begun training for his in-ring comeback. The former world champion took to Instagram to share a photo of himself training with Muay Thai instructor Ruben Rowell Jr. at the Extreme Power Gym in Oceanside, California. Goldberg originally announced his retirement from wrestling after losing the Universal Championship to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33. However, WWE announced that he will be back in action when the company returns to Saudi Arabia next month. There is no word on who Goldberg’s opponent will be as of now, but he and Bobby Lashley have teased working together before. Goldberg is definitely training though and he is coming for whoever steps in his path.
Back in the saddle!!! @sootyordpalung …. here we go again! Less than a month out…. ?????? #muaythai #whosnext @wwe #spear #jackhammer #imback #startingtoturngreen #protein #training #wrestling #mma #devestationcontinues #revenge @goldbergsgarage ???? @dodgeofficial #santaiscoming ????
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As noted, WWE will be returning to the nation of Saudi Arabia for another huge event in June. The company is bringing in top names such as The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, and Goldberg to add some star power to the card, but few other details on the event have been provided. WWE has not even announced what the show will be called yet, but according to a post from WrestleVotes, the show is currently titled “WWE Sands of Time.” This will be WWE’s first show back in Saudi Arabia since the controversial Crown Jewel event from this past fall. The show will be taking place on June 7th, and names such as Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman, and AJ Styles are also being advertised for the event right now.
Not yet official but the name that’s being discussed for the upcoming Saudi Arabia show on 6/7:
WWE Sands of Time.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) May 10, 2019
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