Goldberg Involved In Bloody Farm Accident

Ex-WWE star Goldberg was hurt after bashing his head on a tractor this week.

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CONTENT WARNING: Blood, injury.

Former WWE star Goldberg posted a bloody image to social media on Instagram, showing his state after suffering a farming accident.


The 56-year-old posted the following images to Instagram on Tuesday:-

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The bloody shots came attached with a caption:-

Verified #tpost 1 , Goldberg 0 #happytuesday #aintgottimetobleed #lifeonthefarm #clutz #tractor #shootingrange #mishap #gotcolor #hardway #wrestling #oldschool #fleshwound #hardhead #spear #jackhammer #whosnext #superglue #texas 😏 #tisbutafleshwound

Speaking with TMZ Sports, the former world champion's representative claimed that Goldberg was working on his property when the accident happened. He bashed his head on a tractor, opening up the gash, with the wrestling veteran telling TMZ:-

"[It was]... just a flesh wound."

Fair enough.


Goldberg hasn't wrestled since February 2022, when he lost to Universal Champion Roman Reigns at Elimination Chamber in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. This effectively closed a five-year-plus wrestling comeback run that began with a return ahead of Survivor Series 2016, where he squashed Brock Lesnar, and eventually encompassed two Universal Title reigns.

The 56-year-old became a free agent late last year, when his WWE contract expired. Rumours of a globe-spanning retirement tour for the former WCW icon persist.

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