The formerly retired WWE legend Goldberg made a comeback to the wrestling as he faced The Undertaker in a fright held at the Super ShowDown.
The contest, which was held in Jeddah, was a short one but it entertained the audience from the first bell to the last bell of the match.
Goldberg, for the sake of the crowd even shed his own blood when he tried to attempt a spear and hit his head on the post. Ultimately, in this fight, he came up short to defeat the Dead man.
The crucial moment of the match was when Goldberg tried to perform a Tombstone but Undertaker instead slid out and caught Goldberg with first a chokeslam and then made a winning pin.
After the match ended, the ring bathed in blue lights and the famed theme music of Phenom was played for the excitement of the Saudi crowd.
As for Brock Lesnar, he failed to complete his cash in for the Money in the Bank contract following the result of the fight between Seth Rollins and his challenger Baron Corbin.
Corbin was defeated by Rollins roll up which was followed by a low blow. The Architect then ran a riot as he pummeled Lesnar with many chair shots, leaving his title intact.
In other fights of the night, Kofi Kingston was also able to retain his WWE title after he pinned down Dolph Ziggler with his Trouble In Paradise move.
The title fight between Finn Baylor and Andrade saw Baylor retaining his title which was the best of fight of the night.
The fight between Triple H and Randy Orton lasted for more than 25 minutes that ended with the defeat of Triple H.
Shane McMahon was able to win over Roman Reigns after Drew McIntyre landed a Claymore Kick to Reigns. It was also confirmed that reigns and McIntyre are going to face each other in a pay-per-view fight later this month.