Will a returning legend be in the main event of WWE WrestleMania 32?
If he does return, the possibility of a rematch 12 years in the making could turn reality.
When news broke of the floundering TNA vying to get pro-wrestling legend Bill Goldberg on their roster, money could be put down that the WWE was after him too. According to Daily Wrestling News, the reports are factual.
Initial murmurs suggested that the WWE wanted Goldberg to sign a one-year contract, but according to the internal grapevine, a six-month deal seems more likely. As of now, no move has been made to offer Goldberg a contract but that would materialize as we approach WrestleMania 32.
According to reports, Goldberg is interested in just one match at the grandest stage of them all, so any development on him and a one-year or six-month contract would be intriguing. With reports emerging that TNA has the purse to buffer its diminished roster, it might well prove that Goldberg is in quite a comfortable position to negotiate satisfactory terms of contract with the WWE.
Talk of Goldberg possibly returning surfaced just a few days after WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin told media that he thought the company should rope in the former World Heavyweight Champion. If he does indeed return, it would be after 12 years. The last time Goldberg wrestled for the WWE was at WrestleMania 20 in 2004, where he defeated Brock Lesnar. Dare we say it?