Goldberg’s Injured Ring Entrance

I had more dreams last night that I had remembered but I did not voice record them and I ended up forgetting them, for now at least, and so now I can only remember my last dream.

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that it involved the professional wrestler Goldberg (Bill Goldberg | William Scott Goldberg), and I was not in the dream as far as I can remember.

A WWE professional wrestling event was taking place inside a crowded dimly lit arena except for the well-lit wrestling ring, I heard the ring announcers talking about how Goldberg was going to be having a rematch against Brock Lesnar after Brock Lesnar lost in their match at Survivor Series (2016), and so this rematch was going to either take place in the future or it was going to take place now (probably in the future).

The ring announcers said that there was a problem though, Goldberg injured his leg in maybe a training accident where he fell or something like that, and so now his leg was injured so he probably was not going to be able to wrestle in that rematch on its planned date so they were not sure what was going to happen.

The ring announcers expected Goldberg to make an announcement about his leg injury and about the future of the rematch, but they were interrupted by Goldberg’s theme music because he was about to make his entrance to the wrestling ring.

Goldberg emerged from back stage with his wife and son, his wife was helping him walk as he limped and hopped to the ring on his injured leg, and he looked unnaturally muscular.

Goldberg then decided to try running to the ring on his own with all he had trying to give a powerful and proud and dramatic entrance like he normally does, he fell at least three times getting up each time, until the last time.

Goldberg then started crawling aggressively, almost like he was running, trying to reach the wrestling ring with all he had not wanting to give up and not wanting to let down his fans; but I woke up.

The end,

  • John Jr

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