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- As noted, Bill Goldberg appeared for the Miami Marlins’ Pro Wrestling Night festivities last night. The Miami Herald’s Scott Fishman noted that Goldberg appeared in tremendous shape and was in great spirits while posing for photos and signing autographs.

Goldberg shot down the rumors of a return at WWE’s WrestleMania XXX but didn’t say it wasn’t a possibility down the road. Goldberg talked about wanting to face either The Undertaker or Steve Austin if he returned, not Ryback.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Your an idiot lol
    Brock is signed on for a 1 Year contract not 3. His deal is up after WrestleMania (mainly due to his disease and to see if wrestling doesn’t aggravate it).
    And wow he lost to Cena at extreme rules, because that made sense for business lol. He wrestled Super Cena, Triple H and now CM Punk… But cant wrestle anybody that’s less established? Don’t you think that would be better for business? losing to somebody that it would actually benefit and not just wrestling guys who he is guaranteed to Co Main Event with and get a bigger paycheck….
    CM Punk makes no where near that and The Rock and Triple H has earned what ever they are or have been paid by the WWE so that statement makes no sense.
    And you haven’t seen the PPV buys go down?! Are you new to this website or are you just trying to sound like you know what your talking about?
    And Brock hasn’t jobbed to anyone, especially when Brock goes back to the locker room cries because Cena got on the mic and talked after the match and didn’t “sell” the match properly.
    You have absolutely no ground or anything to support your way of thinking on this situation. If Brock is making the company so much money than why is there profits down so much every fiscal year…..

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Your an idiot lol
    Brock is signed on for a 1 Year contract not 3. His deal is up after WrestleMania (mainly due to his disease and to see if wrestling doesn’t aggravate it).
    And wow he lost to Cena at extreme rules, because that made sense for business lol. He wrestled Super Cena, Triple H and now CM Punk… But cant wrestle anybody that’s less established? Don’t you think that would be better for business? losing to somebody that it would actually benefit and not just wrestling guys who he is guaranteed to Co Main Event with and get a bigger paycheck….
    CM Punk makes no where near that and The Rock and Triple H has earned what ever they are or have been paid by the WWE so that statement makes no sense.
    And you haven’t seen the PPV buys go down?! Are you new to this website or are you just trying to sound like you know what your talking about?
    And Brock hasn’t jobbed to anyone, especially when Brock goes back to the locker room cries because Cena got on the mic and talked after the match and didn’t “sell” the match properly.
    You have absolutely no ground or anything to support your way of thinking on this situation. If Brock is making the company so much money than why is there profits down so much every fiscal year…..

  • D2K

    “I bet you still leave cookies out for Santa Claus?”

    Really?

    I certainly haven’t seen ppvs go down with him around. Since when does a title need to be on the line to put someone over? Putting someone over means they do the job. Who won the match at Extreme Rules last year?

    John Cena.

    If you are going to embarrass yourself to try and debate someone perhaps try using relevant information.

    When was the last time Vince McMahon handed out 5 million dollars a year to anybody not named The Rock, CM Punk, or Triple H?

    *crickets*

    Vince spends money where he know he can MAKE money and if he felt that he did not get a good return on his investment of 5 million dollars, and PPV buyrates and gates numbers did not increase with Brock in volved why the hell would he resign Brock to a 3-year deal for comparable cash? Especially at a time where WWE is somewhat cash-strapped trying to scrap together to get the network up and running.

    Do yourself a favor and just stop talking.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I bet you still leave cookies out for Santa every Christmas Eve don’t you? You do realize that Brock did nothing but put down this sport once left right?! He generates big money? since when, I didn’t see any PPV buys rise up to notice or any ratings rise up when he’s around, so please do tell about how his is doing anything for this company. The man saw that his WWE fame could take him else where; he failed to make the NFL (with little to no experience in the sport), he then failed the UFC (yes he did win the UFC title, but after he lost to Mir, which doesn’t make sense how a man that loses gets a title fight and as soon as he got re competition then got dominated) and he did nothing but disrespect that sport as well and then he realized that he could go back to the WWE and Vince gives him a 5 MILLION dollar contract for what? a couple PPV’s and to wrestle people who have already had their own runs and are already established in the wrestling world. And you state that he put John Cena over…. when? because I don’t remember him dropping the title to him. Brock Lesnar is a selfish man that only wants money and will use all his “achievement’s” to do it. You want to phrase him than go for it. But as someone who has followed and watched this sport for 20+ years, I can tell you this guy has no love or respect for this business. He does not deserve what has been given to him, while guys like Ziggler, Christian and many more are constantly pushed/held back because so much time and money is wasted on a part timer who will be gone after his CM Punk fight and will sit back at home and wait for his huge paycheck for Wresltemania.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I bet you still leave cookies out for Santa every Christmas Eve don’t you? You do realize that Brock did nothing but put down this sport once left right?! He generates big money? since when, I didn’t see any PPV buys rise up to notice or any ratings rise up when he’s around, so please do tell about how his is doing anything for this company. The man saw that his WWE fame could take him else where; he failed to make the NFL (with little to no experience in the sport), he then failed the UFC (yes he did win the UFC title, but after he lost to Mir, which doesn’t make sense how a man that loses gets a title fight and as soon as he got re competition then got dominated) and he did nothing but disrespect that sport as well and then he realized that he could go back to the WWE and Vince gives him a 5 MILLION dollar contract for what? a couple PPV’s and to wrestle people who have already had their own runs and are already established in the wrestling world. And you state that he put John Cena over…. when? because I don’t remember him dropping the title to him. Brock Lesnar is a selfish man that only wants money and will use all his “achievement’s” to do it. You want to phrase him than go for it. But as someone who has followed and watched this sport for 20+ years, I can tell you this guy has no love or respect for this business. He does not deserve what has been given to him, while guys like Ziggler, Christian and many more are constantly pushed/held back because so much time and money is wasted on a part timer who will be gone after his CM Punk fight and will sit back at home and wait for his huge paycheck for Wresltemania.

  • D2K

    Is that why he is on the outside looking in? Brock isn’t all hype and money hungry. He generates hype and generates money which is why they PAY him the big money. That’s how it’s always worked. Brock put John Cena over in his first match back in 8 years. He jobbed nearly as much as he’s won. How many matches did Goldberg lose during his run? Not too many.

    People really need to come off this baloney of Brock not caring about the business. Shame on him for actually having interests outside of WWE and it not being the center of his universe. How dare he? I keep forget his is not allowed to make decisions for himself. That is our job to tell him what to do right?

    If Vince McMahon in his 60s can sell an F-5 with a hip that badly needed surgery I’m sure Undertaker can take a belly-to-belly and an F-5 too. If he can’t, he has no business in the ring anyway.

  • D2K

    Is that why he is on the outside looking in? Brock isn’t all hype and money hungry. He generates hype and generates money which is why they PAY him the big money. That’s how it’s always worked. Brock put John Cena over in his first match back in 8 years. He jobbed nearly as much as he’s won. How many matches did Goldberg lose during his run? Not too many.

    People really need to come off this baloney of Brock not caring about the business. Shame on him for actually having interests outside of WWE and it not being the center of his universe. How dare he? I keep forgetting he is is not allowed to make decisions for himself. That is our job to tell him what to do right?

    If Vince McMahon in his 60s can sell an F-5 with a hip that badly needed surgery I’m sure Undertaker can take a belly-to-belly and an F-5 too. If he can’t, he has no business in the ring anyway.

  • ddfindl

    As a non-wrestler? Not me.

  • ddfindl

    As a non-wrestler? Not me.

  • J-SMOOTH

    Taker and Brock has already happened though

  • J-SMOOTH

    Taker and Brock has already happened though

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Not Brock IMO. I don’t think he deserves the privilege of wrestling Taker. At least Goldberg had a liking to the business, Brock’s all hype and money hungry. And I think his style is to aggressive for Taker anyways, I will put money on Taker being injured in a match with Brock.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Not Brock IMO. I don’t think he deserves the privilege of wrestling Taker. At least Goldberg had a liking to the business, Brock’s all hype and money hungry. And I think his style is to aggressive for Taker anyways, I will put money on Taker being injured in a match with Brock.

  • ANTSFSOLDIER

    And who da hell in they right mind is gonna pay him that?

  • ANTSFSOLDIER

    And who da hell in they right mind is gonna pay him that?

  • ddfindl

    Well according to Extreme Warfare Revenge he wants $183,000 per appearance ;)

  • ddfindl

    Well according to Extreme Warfare Revenge he wants $183,000 per appearance ;)

  • JohnCena33

    Ha, Ha, Ha, he thinks he will get to face Undertaker or Stone Cold, no thank you, I rather Have Brock Sting Cena Rock face Taker and Punk face Stone Cold, not Goldberg.

  • JohnCena33

    Ha, Ha, Ha, he thinks he will get to face Undertaker or Stone Cold, no thank you, I rather Have Brock Sting Cena Rock face Taker and Punk face Stone Cold, not Goldberg.

  • Shawn Bronald

    Yeah, he doesn’t want to face Ryback until Ryback starts to call him out on TV and then miraculously we’ll have a Goldberg vs. Ryback match at Wrestemania XXX.

  • CC

    Goldturd has been saying he is willing to return for ages now. Nothing new to that.
    Either WWE has no interest in working with him again, or his terms are something they wont except.

  • CC

    Goldturd has been saying he is willing to return for ages now. Nothing new to that.
    Either WWE has no interest in working with him again, or his terms are something they wont except.

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