WWE Raw: Not The Miz or Shawn Michaels, Dolph Ziggler to face Goldberg at SummerSlam 2019

Dolph Ziggler was in for a wild surprise when The Miz revealed that his opponent for SummerSlam 2019 was Goldberg. The night ended with some good 'ol sweet chin music to The Show-Off, courtesy of Shawn Michaels.
The last time we saw Goldberg in a WWE ring was against The Undertaker at Super ShowDown in June 2019.The last time we saw Goldberg in a WWE ring was against The Undertaker at Super ShowDown in June 2019.
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It was an eventful Monday Night Raw as we are just a week away from SummerSlam 2019. Dolph Ziggler was invited to Miz TV for the final few minutes of the episode to sign his contract for the SummerSlam 2019 match. In the squared circle, along with Dolph and Miz, was WWE legend, Shawn Michaels. Dolph has been poking fun at Shawn's expense for quite a few weeks and while we thought that either, Michaels or Miz will be Ziggler's opponent at SummerSlam 2019, such was not the case!

After signing the contract, Dolph was blind-sided by Miz, as he revealed that the two frenemies will not be facing each other. Instead, he called out his actual opponent, the returning Goldberg, who received a big pop from the WWE Universe, present at the arena. Goldberg walked confidently to the squared circle and while it looked like Ziggler was going to have an all-out brawl with the WWE HOF'er, he scurried away quickly. Goldberg proceeded to sign the contract and simply stated, "Dolph, You're Next!" Unfortunately, the night got worse for The Show-Off, when he was met with some good 'ol sweet chin music, courtesy of The Heartbreak Kid.

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Meanwhile, Goldberg's last match in WWE was against The Undertaker at Super ShowDown 2019, which took place in June. The botch-filled match was met with heavy criticism and now, Goldberg will have to redeem himself at SummerSlam 2019, as The Undertaker did in his tag-team match with Roman Reigns against Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre at Extreme Rules 2019.

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