It was certainly the right move to get the title off Goldberg’s waist considering he is only a part-time performer and a full-timer needed to shine at WrestleMania 36. Initially, it was assumed that the man for the role would be none other than Roman Reigns, which would have been a great move in its own right.
But the fact that Braun Strowman finally got his WrestleMania moment is a heart-warming moment for anyone who has followed his journey to the top. One could even say that it’s come far too late and he should have been the face of either RAW or SmackDown a long time ago.
I loved the match between Goldberg and Braun Strowman because it featured two bulls just performing their power moves on each other to take the other man out. It was exactly what it needed to be at the perfect spot in the card.