7 June 2019 was not a good evening for legendary wrestlers.
In the main event of Super Show-Down, Goldberg and The Undertaker struggled to live up their "dream match" billing. Dripping with sweat and utterly knackered, their sloppy exchanges got dangerous at several points. Afterwards, both had to trawl through social media and see stinging comments from fans disgusted at WWE's decision to put them out there for 10 minutes.
It was a depressing experience, one both wanted to move on from quickly. 'Taker's time would come at Extreme Rules, but Goldberg had to wait a little longer. Find out in this article who helped the former WCW titan overcome all that negativity, and why it was a cathartic experience for him personally.
Speaking of legends, other facts analyse Hulk Hogan's big pitch for WrestleMania 36, what Steve Austin told Jim Ross about his own fears in 1997, and why Bret Hart isn't fond of WWE's current Hall Of Fame routine. NXT's jump to the USA Network (and who knew about it behind the scenes), why Andrade wanted to keep his relationship with Charlotte Flair private and more are also examined...