Matt Riddle Details Tense Interaction with Goldberg at SummerSlam

Matt Riddle Details Tense Interaction with Goldberg at SummerSlam

Former WWE Star Takes Shots at Bill Goldberg and His SummerSlam Performance, Goldberg Responds

Goldberg returned to the ring at WWE SummerSlam last night to make amends after his terrible performance at Super ShowDown earlier this year, and many will say he has redeemed himself.

Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger took to Twitter to fire shots at WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg during Sunday's SummerSlam pay-per-view.

He wrote, "Maybe if u have a match on #summerfest, u should actually be able to work a match. @Goldberg. I'm exhausted of this s-t".

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Goldberg caught wind of Swagger's criticism and responded with a simple: "Easy kid". "But Can u at least kick out on 2?"

It's also reported that Brock Lesnar was likely paid more than Goldberg for his attempted Money In The Bank cash-in at SSD.

Swagger continued tweeting with fans, taking more shots at Goldberg.

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Others just wanted to pay tribute to the icon.

Swagger said to another fan: "Nah I'm rich and not losing to people who would break their hip trying to compete w me".

Despite the mishaps in the soaring heat of Saudi Arabia, it has been reported that Goldberg was paid over $1,000,000 for the match.

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