Goldberg says on Twitter that he knocked himself out:
"Knocked myself out and thought I could finish.... love my fans.....but let u down. Everyone else that found 'pleasure' ..... hope ur happy"
Presumably it was when he ran himself into the ring buckle, but he was already slightly bleeding before the match even started having either head-butted a locker or the door...for some reason. It’s not like there was a camera in the room like the old days. The tombstone where his head hit the canvas probably didn’t help either.
I look forward to Terry Funk headlining the next one.
Feel sorry for a lot of the wrestlers too. They’ve got house shows on Sunday, RAW Monday, and SmackDown Tuesday. Brutal schedule.
Prototype wrote:The great thing about the G1 is that they guy have top guys not win the whole thing but look outstanding. They're going to have to be very careful with how they book Mox if hes not winning it imo.
Ospreay Takagi II Iin the finals?
Unlikely that either of them will finish with positive win/loss records. If I was to guess, I'd say Ibushi/White. Ibushi/Naito could also be a possibility, but I'm pretty sure Naito would be the first IC champ in the final ever if it ended up like that.
BT Sport and WWE announce new partnership in multi-year TV deal
BT Sport agree new multi-year deal to become the exclusive new home of WWE in the UK and Ireland.
BT Sport is proud to announce an exclusive new partnership with WWE.
The multi-year agreement will make WWEs weekly flagship programming available exclusively on BT Sport in the U.K. and Ireland from January 2020.
BT Sport will air both Raw and SmackDown exclusively live every week, delivering edge-of-your-seat action and showcasing the world-class athleticism from global superstars including Roman Reigns, Becky Lynch, Seth Rollins, Kofi Kingston and Charlotte Flair.
WWE and BT Sport will also partner across digital and social media platforms to create new content, further increase reach, and drive engagement for UK and Irish fans.
BT's Managing Director of Content and Strategy, Andy Haworth said:We are incredibly excited by our new partnership with WWE.
"It is the most successful sports entertainment brand in the world, with a rich, fun and colorful history, loved by fans across the UK and Ireland.
"This is a brilliant addition for our customers and we cant wait to get going in January."
Stefan Kastenmüller, WWE Senior Vice President & Group General Manager, echoed Haworth's excitement about the partnership.
He said: We are pleased to begin an exciting new chapter for WWE in the region as we join BT Sports innovative offering and impressive portfolio of premium sports content."
WWEs monthly pay-per-view events, including WrestleMania, will be available on BT Sport Box Office.
BT Sport will also carry same day primetime re-airs of Raw on Tuesdays and SmackDown on Saturdays, a two-hour version of Raw, one-hour version of Raw and one-hour version of SmackDown across its portfolio of channels.