Goldberg made his WWE return a few weeks ago after more than a decade out of the spotlight. The former WCW Legend set the pace for his match with Brock Lesnar at tonight's Survivor Series event from the start with what was considered an incredible return promo.
Many fans were excited to see Goldberg in the flesh for the first time since he left the company back in 2004 and after his addition to WWE2K17 this year, it had been a hugely anticipated return.
Despite the fact that this is the marquee match of this year's Survivor Series, it seems that Goldberg wasn't happy with the way his return went and has recently pointed out a few of his weaknesses.
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GOLDBERG DOESN'T LIKE PROMOS
Goldberg recently spoke to ESPN to promote tonight's Survivor Seres event and talked about how his return promo probably wasn't his best.
"The promo that I did in Denver, I was definitely afraid of doing that because I'm not a mic guy. I'm not an entertainer like that, I smash people. That's how I entertain people, that's what gets people at the edge of their seat, not by what I say.
"So after 12 years they are expecting to hear from me. When you're a 30-year-old terminator, they don't want to see anything negative, but when you're one click away from the big 5-0 I think you can come back and show a vulnerable side. I've been a fan of his (Brock Lesnar) for a long time, I was at his fights for god sake. At the end of the day, 12 years removed, he's the last guy I wrestled, I beat him, not many people on the planet have done that.”
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GOLDBERG VERSUS LESNAR
Goldberg has stated that promos are not his strongest attribute, but he doesn't need to be good at talking to be one of WWE's biggest stars.
Brock Lesnar has made a career out of allowing Paul Heyman to talk for him because talking is also one of his weak points.
The promo that Goldberg cut in Denver was incredible and it did the job that WWE intended it to do. If he isn't much of a talker then he should probably remain focused on tonight's match and allow all of the talking to happen in the ring.
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