Future WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg, who will headline this year’s Hall of Fame class, spoke with ESPN about his induction, career and more. Below are some interview highlights.
On his WWE Hall of Fame induction:
“At the end of the day, any business, any venture that you embark upon, you want some type of acknowledgement,” Goldberg told ESPN.com, shortly after finding out about his entry into the Hall of Fame. “You always try to make it to a top. There’s no reason to do anything unless you want to be the best.”
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His relationship changing with WWE leading to his return:
“In a fairly condensed period of time, my relationship with the WWE did a complete 180 degrees,” said Goldberg. “My comeback had everything to do with a change of heart on both sides. For that, I am greatly appreciative, because that was a dark side in my psyche. When I heard ‘wrestling’ or ‘WWE’ I’d kind of want to put it off to the side and not think about it. It didn’t evoke the most positive of memories, but it’s funny how that’s changed completely in the past couple of years.”
If he would return to WWE for another run:
“It’s going to be tough, I can tell you that,” Goldberg said. “It’s kind of like bookmarking the end of your career, although it ain’t the end of nothing for me. I’m always living and breathing and looking for my next venture — and who’s to say it couldn’t happen there again?”