Goldberg is considered a legend by many fans and he is also a WWE Hall of Famer. The former WWE Universal Champion might not have been a fan of pro wrestling at first but eventually came to appreciate it as an art form. Goldberg has recently denied altering booking of match against “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt.

Goldberg recently appeared for an interview with SHAK Wrestling. The veteran wrestler discussed a wide range of topics that included the rumor about him sabotaging Wyatt. Goldberg claimed that he would never do something so selfish. He even stated that he was a mere part-time wrestler who couldn’t possibly demand such a thing.

Let’s put it this way. I’ve never said anything that wasn’t true in the wrestling business. I’m a talent and I do what the boss tells me to do. I flew to Saudi Arabia knowing I was going to lose. Then somehow it changed and the finish was different. It surely wasn’t me because it’s an extremely selfish move to do. Number two: truly it wouldn’t be about the business. It would be about myself. Number three: who the hell am I as a part-time guy to come in and demand anything? Truly, I’m not. Vince gave me opportunities that maybe I didn’t deserve in the past. I owe that man just about everything… First and foremost, I’ve never said no to putting anybody over. Maybe back in WCW I didn’t agree with putting [Chris] Jericho over or something like that. If I can remember correctly because I didn’t think it was time for the character [Goldberg] to be involved in any comedy. But not in a million years in that Fiend situation in Saudi [Arabia] would I have done that. No way in hell. I’d love to see him [Bray Wyatt] face-to-face and make sure there is not one percent of his being that believes that I changed that match. That’s the first time I’ve actually been able to defend myself in that situation.

Goldberg then went ahead to give huge props to Vince McMahon for giving him huge opportunities in the past. He believes that he didn’t even deserve such huge opportunities. Goldberg acknowledged that he owes it to that man just about everything.

Bill Goldberg started his career back in WCW during the late 90s and cemented himself as an unstoppable force there. He eventually made his way to WWE in 2003 where he even won the World Title. Goldberg left the company in 2004 and returned again in 2016, where he has competed in numerous high profile matches.

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h/t to SHAK Wrestling.

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