WWE have announced a raft of new content which will be coming to the WWE Network during March 2021, including a new documentary on Goldberg.
The documentary titled “Goldberg at 54.” which premieres Sunday March 7th will follow Goldberg as he prepared for his match against Drew McIntyre at the 2021 Royal Rumble.
“Premiering Sunday is Goldberg at 54, which follows the WWE Hall of Famer as he prepared for his WWE Championship Match against Drew McIntyre at Royal Rumble in January. This intimate look at the former Universal and World Heavyweight Champion reveals the mental and physical challenges that Goldberg was forced to confront during his most recent comeback as he readied to challenge a world-beater 20 years his junior.”
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) March 1, 2021
As well as all of the usual shows such as Raw Talk and Talking Smack, numerous new documentaries and WWE Network originals have also been announced. These include a new episode of Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions, where the WWE Hall Of Famer will be joined by Randy Orton. While the next instalment of WWE Icons will lift the lid on the life and career of another Hall Of Famer, Beth Phoenix.
March will also see the arrival of WWE’s first ever non-WWE focussed documentary, titled ‘Heaven.’ The documentary tells the ground-breaking story of female US amateur wrestler Heaven Fitch who made history in 2020 becoming the first female athlete to win a boy’s State Wrestling Championship in North Carolina.
Speaking on the documentary, Ben Houser, VP & Executive Producer, WWE Network Documentaries said:
“The story of Heaven Fitch is the beginning of a new genre of storytelling for WWE Network Documentaries. She has inspired so many with her elite athleticism as well as her numerous accomplishments. We are excited to share Heaven’s championship story with the WWE Universe,”
WWE recently announced that in America the WWE Network will be moving to the Peacock streaming service from March 18th 2021.