Never one to not mean what he says, MJF has apparently deleted his reaction to a possible in-ring return for a WWE Hall of Famer.
With AEW set to debut in the United Kingdom for All In on August 27 2023, attention has been drawn to the star power that the show needs to be a huge success.
One name that was recently thrown into the mix was WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg who last wrestled at WWE Elimination Chamber in February 2022.
Covalent TV recently posted about the possibility of Goldberg’s return, based on a report from PWInsider Elite, writing:
“According to PWInsider Elite, Goldberg was in Los Angeles, California during WrestleMania 39 weekend and had a meeting with at least one international promoter about having a farewell show in Israel and possibly other countries.
“There has also been speculation about Goldberg possibly returning to the ring for a match with MJF in All Elite Wrestling but PWInsider noted they hadn’t heard about that match being discussed.”
The post would catch the attention of MJF who would reply and later delete his tweet, as noted on Reddit.
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