The most recent addition to the WWE Hall of Fame spoke with the New York Post via telephone regarding his most recent run as Universal Champion that culminated at last year’s WrestleMania in Orlando, and finished with a loss to still current champion Brock Lesnar in a fun five minute sprint. Bill wasn’t entirely sure he would ever step foot into a ring again after his first trial with the company, but a resurged attitude and the idea of being able to wrestle for his son put him on the path toward the squared circle.
When asked if he would consider coming back once again, Bill had this to say:
If I never stepped in the ring again, I’m content, dude. I’m completely at peace. I really am. Would I like to do it again? Who knows. It would have to be the right fit. I’d love to do it again for my son [Gage]. Let’s be honest. Everybody knows that. But at the end of the day, you have to be smart about it.
About potential opponents:
There’s no question it would have to be the right opponent. What I was able to accomplish last year was really special, and I don’t want to take anything away from that by any stretch of the imagination, devalue my place in the Hall of Fame and my stature to the fans.
Check out the full article here, where Bill goes on to talk about all the new ventures, including hosting a new TV series for the History Channel, that all came thanks to his return to the WWE.