09 Jun 2019
Analyzing reasons why Goldberg and Undertaker should not wrestle anymore
As the match came to a pre-mature conclusion, both the superstars and the WWE Universe were unhappy with how the match transpired.
And here, we analyze why these two legends should not wrestle anymore.
They are barely able to move, lack athleticism
Aging makes people weak as their body movements slow down.
The wrestlers are not immune to it and they too face the same consequences, besides losing athleticism.
Both these legends are well beyond 50s as they are nearing the end of their careers.
In their past few matches, it has been evident that not just they are unable to move, but also lack athleticism.
Forcing themselves to wrestle could have major repercussions
Aging also leads to a number of health issues.
For the wrestlers, forcing themselves to fight at this age could very well lead to serious health troubles, which could also put their life at risk.
There have been instances where wrestlers have faced major injuries inside the ring and these two wrestlers should not take such a risk.
Making a mockery of their legacy
There is no doubt both these men are the GOATs of WWE.
While Goldberg is already a Hall of Famer, Undertaker is definitely a future one.
Having cemented their place in the history books, they have nothing else left to prove in this business and should calmly hang up their boots.
Forcing them to wrestle improperly at this age is tarnishing their legacy.
Lack of skills
Goldberg lacks proper wrestling skills
As for Goldberg, while he might have been a powerful man, he lacks wrestling skills.
Besides raw power and strength, he never had anything else.
If one remembers, he once botched a kick in a fight against Bret Hart, which forced the latter to suffer a concussion.
For a proper wrestling match, Goldberg would need more than a Spear and a Jackhammer.
Nothing to prove
Undertaker has nothing left to prove
While Undertaker still continues to entertain fans on his own will, he is simply wasting himself.
Not just that he is taking a spot of a deserving talent, he has nothing to prove. He has won it at all with WWE.
His symbolic retirement at WrestleMania 33, following his loss to Roman Reigns, would have been a proper one.