Goldberg may have embarrassed himself a little bit earlier in the year on WWE's time, but he's got no plans of walking away from wrestling anytime soon.
The WWE Hall of Famer returned to action in June this year, his last match before that coming at WrestleMania 33 in 2017, where he lost his Universal Championship to Brock Lesnar.
He couldn't resist the temptation of Saudi Arabia's millions though, as Super Showdown pitted him on a collision course with a man who had evaded him over the years - The Undertaker.
What followed though was a bit of a disaster, with Goldberg suffering a concussion and botching several moves.
He couldn't stomach that having a lasting impact on his legacy though, and he came back at SummerSlam in August to face a youngster superstar in Dolph Ziggler, who 'did the job' for the WCW icon.
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Goldberg will turn 53 at the end of this year, but he's still got the appetite to compete in a wrestling ring.
He's put forward two names who he would like to face in the near future, and unlike Ziggler, he may not be able to lift them up for the Jackhammer.
“God, who wouldn’t I like to face that I haven’t face? You know Roman [Reigns] and Braun [Strowman] are two guys I’d like to test their metal a little bit," Goldberg told Instinct Culture, per Wrestling Edge.
"Georgia vs Georgia Tech, it’s kinda a built in rivalry [v Reigns], but I’m good. I’m good. Whoever they throw in front of me I’ll decimate, you know. It’s all good.”
Believe it or not, all three men were involved in the same segment on a January 2017 episode of Raw, and Strowman was taken down with a double Spear by both Reigns and Goldberg.
It's interesting that Goldberg didn't mention the name Matt Riddle after footage of their backstage confrontation at SummerSlam surfaced this week, but maybe that will happen organically rather than WWE forcing them together.News Now - Sport News