Former WWE Superstar Bill Goldberg appeared on a radio show in Miami earlier this week and stated that he is open to a WWE ring return.
Goldberg is the latest in a long line of wrestlers to declare himself available ahead of Wrestlemania's 30th Anniversary. The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Ultimate Warrior and Stacy Keibler have all been mooted for a potential comeback.
Like all of the others, Goldberg is a lot older than he was back in his wrestling days, pushing 47 now. But, he is said to be keeping in shape and will be able to wrestle like he did in the old days.
His main reasoning for a return now is said to be because his son watches wrestling and he wants to be involved again. He also wants to come back in a heel role, naming Ryback as a rip off for the way he portrays his character – although he has no ill feelings toward the superstar.
Earlier this year Goldberg lashed out at WWE CEO Triple H on Twitter, saying he would love to spear him as well as having a war of words with Ryback after he had words to say about Goldberg in a WWE Magazine.
Since leaving the WWE the former monster baby-face has had a few cameo roles in films such as The Longest Yard with Adam Sandler and a main role in Half Past Dead 2.
Goldberg is currently making enough money to not be forced into a WWE return, and maybe this is why he can be so open on Twitter about current WWE Superstars.
It is unlikely the wrestler will care about being in the WWE Hall of Fame like other rumoured returnee Ultimate Warrior, so it still begs the question as to what the organisation will offer him to return and if he will follow-up on his dislike of Ryback.
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