Goldberg reveals the reason for Coming Back to WWE!

Goldberg reveals the reason for Coming Back to WWE!

Goldberg’s career has been full of successes, leading him to become one of the greatest wrestlers of the modern era. In addition to being a four-time world champion, he was also a two-time WCW United States Champion and one-time WCW World Tag Team Champion with Bret Hart.

In 2003, he was recognized as the first undefeated world champion in wrestling history. Bill scored 322 wins out of 376 matches played, remaining undefeated for 460 consecutive days. During that time, he won 173 matches in a row (although there are those who believe that this statistic was purposely inflated).

The WWE Hall of Famer made his comeback to WWE in 2016, scoring a surprising victory against Brock Lesnar at the Survivor Series. That triumph led him to have a second stint within the company, with all due respect to his detractors.

A guest on the latest edition of ‘WWE The Bump’, the 55-year-old from Tulsa revealed the reason that led him to return to the ring after so many years.

Goldberg is very emotional

“Goldberg is seen by people as an immovable being, but the truth is that I get excited very easily” – confessed Bill.

“My son was the reason that he convinced me to go back to fighting after 15 years. That guy means everything to my wife and me, we would do anything for him. I will never stop thanking WWE and Vince McMahon for letting me put my son into programming.

They made my dream come true” – he added. The former Universal champion has not yet hung up his boots: “I am still under contract with the WWE and I hope they will call me someday. From my point of view, a wrestler’s career ends only when he dies.

They may call me tomorrow, but I may also never get that call. In any case, I’ll be ready”. According to the latest rumors, Goldberg is expected to appear on Raw soon, with the aim of ‘warming up’ the WWE Universe ahead of his match at Crown Jewel.

WWE Legend Goldberg recently revealed that executing the Jackhammer on The Big Show was an extremely challenging task during the early days of his career. “It’s very easy: The Big Show. Anyone that weighed 525 — he weighed over 500 when I Jackhammered him the first time,” revealed Goldberg.

“And a little piece of information most people don’t know is that he — well, you can probably guess it, but he didn’t like being upside down.”

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