Goldberg says he 'enjoys vomiting' more than time in WWE

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With the WWE looking to bring back a host of big names in time for WrestleMania 32 next April, not a day goes by without one former champion or another being linked to a sensational return, it seems.

One name that has been doing the rounds over the past week or so has been Bill Goldberg - the WCW legend's manager, Louis Gregory, recently saying he was 'optimistic' his client would be back in the WWE ring in the future.


Comments made by Goldberg today to TMZ, however, must cast some doubt about a potential return. I mean, people who describe their time at a company as less fun than being sick don't usually return to that place of employment.


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"I enjoy vomiting more than my work at WWE,” the wrestling veteran said, via Wrestling News.

"The business itself is not always a positive one and at the age that I was when I was at the WWE I was kind of sick and tired of dealing with situations like that.”

Unhappy reunion

Goldberg's time in the WWE certainly wasn't as successful as the years he spent going undefeated in WCW. His match against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XX, for instance, will mostly be remembered for the poor reaction it drew from the crowd.

But, in the same interview, the 48-year-old did make sure to let fans know he wasn't trying to trash WWE, he was simply admitting that, at that stage of his wrestling career, it didn't work out for him.

Considering he is now 11 years older than the last time he had a match in the WWE, you can't imagine another run now would be any more enjoyable.

However, a one-off match on the 'Grandest Stage of Them All,' should never be ruled out. Even if thought might currently make Goldberg want to vomit.

WWE fans: Would you want a Goldberg return, and was his spell in WWE a mistake? Have your say in the comments below...


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