Goldberg Gives a surprising Statement about his WWE future! OMG!
Goldberg has had a long and glorious career, which has made him an icon of modern wrestling. The 55-year-old from Tulsa has also received a lot of criticism over the years, thanks to his enormous compensation and the countless titled chances he has been granted.
In addition to being a four-time world champion, Bill also won the WCW United States Championship and the WCW World Tag Team Championship alongside Bret Hart. In 2003, he was recognized as the first undefeated world champion in the history of this business.
In 2018, he was inducted with full merit into the WWE Hall of Fame. After losing to Roman Reigns at Elimination Chamber last February, insiders and fans alike thought they would never see Goldberg in the company again. Interviewed by Joseph Staszewski for the ‘New York Post’, the WCW legend revealed that he is still under contract with WWE.
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“I’m still under contract with WWE and I hope they’ll call me someday,” said Goldberg. “From my point of view, a wrestler’s career ends only when he dies. They might call me tomorrow, but I may also never get that call.
In any case, I’ll be ready” – he added. Bill’s physique has been severely tested in recent years: “The condition of my shoulder has deteriorated considerably over the past four or five years. I work hard every single day to feel normal again.
I needed a break and I am doing everything possible to recover without having to resort to surgery”. ‘Da Man’ confided that he is a perfectionist: “I don’t like to watch my performances. I’m always pretty hard on myself, whether it’s a wrestling match or a documentary.
I would like to achieve perfection every single time, that’s how I am”. Bill scored 322 wins out of 376 matches played and remained undefeated for 460 consecutive days (between 1997 and 1998). Goldberg has finally broken silence on allegedly changing the finish of his match against “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt at WWE Super Showdown 2020.
“Let’s put it this way. I’ve never said anything that wasn’t true in the wrestling business. I’m a talent and I do what the boss tells me to do. I flew to Saudi Arabia knowing that I was gonna lose. Then somehow it changed and the finish was different.
And it surely wasn’t me. Because it’s an extremely selfish move, number one, to do. Number two, then truly it wouldn’t be about the business, it would be about myself.”