Sting and Goldberg may retire together

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Sting and Goldberg may retire together
Sting and Goldberg may retire together (Provided by Sport World News)

Sting and Bill Goldberg are two of the most important names in the world pro-wrestling scene of the last 25-30 years. Although they are now well past the age of retirement, both the former WCW and former WWE wrestlers continue to step into the pro-wrestling rings from time to time, to make one of their screaming performances, with the fans of the various companies who do not they are in the skin to always see them again on the square.

Sting currently works in the Aew rings, while Goldberg still remains a free agent, after his contract with WWE expires. Apparently, in the last few hours an idea has come forward online to bring both to perform a retirement show, since both are only waiting for that moment, having reached the end of their careers in the ring.

This idea was brought back by Rick Bassman, who speaking to Haus of Wrestling, in fact stated: "I think the rumors are correct. I always talk to Sting, Steve, at least once a month or every two months and feel that the idea that his retirement is near is accurate.

He's now 63 or 64 and unlike a lot of kids of his era, he's still in top physical condition. He is also in a very good economic condition. So what's left for him to do at this point?" Speaking then of Goldberg, Bassman revealed: "First of all, I'm actively in contact with Bill.

I'm working on a date with him at the moment. I'm not promoting much these days, but every now and then I come up with the idea for Jerusalem, Israel, for September of this year which could involve both Goldberg and Sting. Obviously we also have the approval of AEW.

So that's something I'd really like to do."

Goldberg and the idea of Israel as a retreat location

Apparently, for Goldberg it would not have ended like this, with the end of his agreement with WWE, with the WWE Hall of Famer who still wants his retirement match, now approaching 60, with the same wrestler who he wanted to speak in his last interview.

Speaking to Sports Illustrated, Bill had in fact revealed a few months ago: "You can never say never, especially in wrestling and they owe me that. That's all I can say. I made a deal with the devil and did my job and now they owe me a retirement match.

At the end of the game, I'm 56, it's not like I'm here waiting on the phone for them to call me. I have several ideas on how to do it on my own, possibly in Israel. So never say never."