Bill Goldberg will forever by synonymous with that incredible unbeaten streak that he went on whilst WCW Heavyweight Champion before he joined the WWE in 2003.
Goldberg left the world of professional wrestling in 2004, just a year after joining Vince McMahon's promotion but now he could be ready to step back into the square circle for the first time in over a decade.
According to a recent interview with Scott Fishman of the Miami Herald where he was promoting his appearance at he Magic City Comic Con in Miami, Goldberg says he is in great shape and would really reconsider making a comeback in professional wrestling for one final match.
"I could still do it... I'm probably in the best shape of my life right now…If it came to fruition, I would seriously consider it. With that said, it's not going to stop my heart that I didn't attain that by any stretch of the imagination."
Goldberg did mention that he had a dream match and opponent in mind if he were to make a return, but added that it didn't really matter if it was just a WWE roster member.
“If it was left up to me creatively, and with creative control, I think the dream match would be me and [Steve] Austin. That was the dream match 10 years ago, 15 years ago. Would it be a reality now? Probably not. Is there anyone on the current roster? I’d go with anybody. It doesn’t matter.”
Goldberg would technically be free to have his last ever match at whichever promotion he wanted as he would be a free agent. But it's incredibly unlikely he'd like to say his second goodbye at TNA or Ring of Honour so it would almost certainly have to be with the WWE.
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