Goldberg would seriously consider one more match
Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald has an interview with Goldberg, who was promoting his appearance this weekend at the Magic City Comic Con in Miami, FL. Below are some highlights:
If he would wrestle again:
“I could still do it. I'm probably in the best shape of my life right now. I made the statement that I would never consider wrestling over the age of 40 when I was over 40 years old. Here I am two clicks away from the big one (50). Having children changes your outlook 100 percent of your life. 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.”
CM Punk signing with the UFC:
“It's thinking outside the box. There are the guys who have worked their asses off on the independents and mixed martial arts organizations and get to the UFC waiting for that next big opportunity. Then here comes a guy with a zero-and-zero record and suddenly he gets the spotlight. The analogy I can give is that it was like me when I got into the wrestling business. I didn't 'pay my dues' to get into the wrestling business.
“He is in a great training camp. From what I've read, CM Punk is like a sponge when it comes to training. So as long as he can digest what is thrown at him, he is in a great camp. Anthony Pettis is a superstar in mixed martial arts right now. I think [Duke] Roufus was an underachiever in the kick boxing world, and he worked his ass off to obtain the level he attained as a coach. I believe he can see himself a little bit in CM Punk and work slowly with him.”
Goldberg also discussed Sting joining WWE, Randy Savage being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, more on Punk signing with the UFC and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.
Here is a video showing Goldberg making his WWE Debut: