Goldberg is considered a legend by many fans, and there is a good reason for that. He was truly a huge name during the 90s in WCW, and his legacy carries on even now. Goldberg is also willing to help the pro wrestling business in any way.
The WWE Hall of Famer left WWE in 2004 and returned again in 2016, where he has competed in several top matches, especially against Brock Lesnar. He has also been part of the main event title picture on numerous occasions.
He was last seen losing to Roman Reigns at Elimination Chamber. While speaking to Talk Is Jericho, Goldberg talked about his purpose in pro wrestling now. Goldberg stated that he is willing to help the business in any way, whether it be by elevating or destroying someone.
“My role quite obviously has changed exponentially. At this point, I look at it like I’m a cast member, and however I need to be used, I’m pretty much okay with it because it’s the debt that I owe to the business. If I can help in any way, shape, or form, then that’s what I’m here for. Vince McMahon has treated me very well throughout the years. It’s a relationship that changed 180 degrees from my first departure to my existing relationship with him now. I owe that man and that company a lot because it gave me the opportunity to come back and put something on tape for my son. So the way that they use the Goldberg character, you know, granted yeah, I don’t want to be choked out in the middle of the ring by Roman Reigns, but it lends itself to the storyline to ultimately tell the big picture, and in the big picture, I’m not the number one main character in it anymore. But if I can be used in the proper way to elevate or to destroy somebody, then I’m all for it.”
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