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Undertaker vs Goldberg at WWE Super Showdown Buried by Fans: ‘Worst Match of the Year’ (Video)

Friday’s main event from Saudi Arabia had some bad — and dangerous — botches

The Undertaker is 54-years-old. Bill Goldberg is 52. So naturally, the two young wrestlers main-evented “WWE Super Showdown” in Saudi Arabia on Friday.

You can probably see where this is going. The Jeddah event’s final match was an absolute disaster filled with botched moves — some of which could have caused serious injury to the two legends.

But don’t take our word for how bad the highly touted first-time-ever bout was — the WWE Universe on Twitter is already calling Goldberg-Undertaker “the worst match of the year,” among other very un-superlative superlatives.

Find a small sample of the loud online booing below.

And below are some of the more dangerous botches during the match.

First, readers can see Goldberg not being properly protected by Undertaker on his Tombstone Piledriver.

Goldberg returned the non-favor by dropping Undertaker early with a botched Jackhammer.

Goldberg’s head appeared to be bleeding a bit before he even walked through the curtain and down the entrance ramp. Viewers of the WWE Network pay-per-view event could hear a loud thud from inside Goldberg’s dressing room when security went to retrieve the WCW icon.

After flying head-first into the ring post early on in the match, Goldberg’s head began to gush more profusely. The unprotected piledriver certainly did not help.

At 3am Saturday Saudi time, Goldberg gave an update on his condition, tweeting, “Knocked myself out and thought I could finish…. love my fans…..but let u down.”

Judging by the internet reaction, it seems more than just his fans were let down.