WWE: Goldberg reveals his latest conversations with the WWE and who he would like to face on his return
Former WCW/WWE champion, Bill Goldberg, has revealed that he seldom engages in conversations with the WWE management regarding a potential comeback.
Bill, who was interviewed by WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross in his latest podcast show, said, "My last conversation with WWE brass, which was a while ago, was to the effect of I have a seven-year-old son who would love to see me wrestle and whatever differences we've had in the past, if you guys want to make some money and do this again, then I'd then be willing to talk about it. That is my answer."
Goldberg named Brock Lesnar, Triple H, or Roman Reigns as his three opponents when he was asked about who he wanted to face on his return.
"Hunter and I will always have unfinished business until the day I die," Goldberg said, referring to their behind-the-scenes issues from Goldberg's first WWE run over ten years ago.
"Brock and I have unfinished biz in the ring," Goldberg continued, which was aimed at the Wrestlemania 20 match between the two. It was also the last time that Goldberg competed in the WWE ring.
Goldberg cited Roman Reigns due to their backgrounds playing college football in Georgia. "Whoever it is, I don't care," Goldberg said. "As long as it makes sense, then I'm in for it."
Goldberg also mentioned in his interview that he only knows what’s going on in the business from twitter or from other people as he does not watch the current product.
"J.R., I haven't watched the product in years," he said. "I didn't see Taker lose (at WrestleMania). I just heard it through the grapevine how it went down. I talk to Brock frequently and we don't talk business. None of the boys and I ever talk business."
Goldberg concluded his conversation with Ross by remembering his training with Sapp at the Power Plant and indirectly cutting off a potential deal between Sapp and WWE several years later.