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Goldberg vs Bobby Lashley: Fans react to ‘terrible’ ending

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One of the marquee matches of WWE SummerSlam 2021 saw Bobby Lashley defend his WWE Championship against the returning WCW legend Goldberg.

There were a lot of questions surrounding the return of Goldberg, with the WWE Hall of Famer reportedly only having two matches per year on his WWE contract; with Goldberg having already wrestled at the Royal Rumble at the beginning of the year in a losing effort to Drew McIntyre, also for the WWE Championship.

The match concluded due to referee stoppage, as Goldberg was unable to continue due to a knee injury in storyline.

Goldberg vs Bobby Lashley

Fans were quick to react online to the finish, here’s some choice cuts:

Here’s the full card for WWE SummerSlam 2021:

  • WWE Universal Championship Match – Roman Reigns (c) vs John Cena
  • Raw Women’s Championship Match – Nikki A.S.H. (c) vs Rhea Ripley vs Charlotte Flair (Triple Threat Match)
  • WWE Championship Match – Bobby Lashley (c) vs Goldberg
  • Edge vs Seth Rollins
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship – Bianca Belair (c) vs Sasha Banks
  • SmackDown Tag Team Championships – The Usos (c) vs Dominik & Rey Mysterio
  • United States Championship – Sheamus (c) vs Damian Priest
  • RAW Tag Team Championship Match – AJ Styles and Omos (c) vs RK-Bro (Randy Orton and Matt Riddle)
  • Drew McIntyre vs Jinder Mahal (Shanky and Veer are banned from the ringside area)

SummerSlam is available to watch on-demand via Peacock in the United States, BT Sport Box Office in the United Kingdom and WWE Network everywhere else. You can sign up for a free month of WWE Network now (including the United Kingdom).

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