When The Fiend first debuted in WWE he was one of the most talked about characters in all of wrestling, and it seemed that Bray Wyatt had some serious momentum on his side. Bray rode that wave of momentum to a Universal Title reign, and he ended up defending the title against Goldberg at Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia last year.
Goldberg defeated The Fiend to win the Universal Title in a matter of minutes, and there were plenty of fans in the wrestling community who made it known that they were not happy about the result.
EC3 recently joined the Wrestling Inc. Daily podcast and he noted that even though he wasn’t there he still considers Goldberg’s victory to be “the day wrestling died” for him.
“I remember, I would call this the day wrestling died for me, I wasn’t even there, when he (‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt) just got beat by Goldberg. I’ve watched this man work so hard, and be so unique, and be so creative, and do so many different things, and take it upon himself developing something so special, to have it just thrown away by someone’s decision.”
Goldberg is currently set to face Bobby Lashley in a No Holds Barred match at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia later this month.