Updated 06:24 AM EST, Thu, Dec 02, 2021

WWE News 2015: Goldberg Could Return For One More Match

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It's been over 10 years since Bill Goldberg left WWE, but with fans still yearning to see him in action, he might just come back to the ring.

"It's been quite a while since we have seen [Goldberg] in a wrestling ring, although that doesn't stop people from speculating whether or not he ever will again," Fansided said.

"Now, Goldberg has said he would 'seriously consider' returning to WWE for one more match," the Inquisitr noted.

According to Wrestle Zone, although already 48 years old, he is still fit to throw some strong punches. In fact, he says he is in the best shape.

"I could still do it ... I'm probably in the best shape of my life right now," he told Miami Herald in an interview prior to his appearance at the Magic City Comic Con on Saturday, Jan. 17, at the Miami Airport Convention Center.

"I made the statement that I would never consider wrestling over the age of 40 when I was over 40 years old. Here I am two clicks away from the big one [50]. Having children changes your outlook 100 percent of your life," he said in the interview, touching on how he plans to indulge his son in more traditional sports like baseball and football.

"If it came to fruition, I would seriously consider [a comeback match]. With that said, it's not going to stop my heart that I didn't attain that by any stretch of the imagination," he told the Miami Herald.

Who would he prefer to fight? "If it was left up to me creatively ... I think the dream match would be me and [Steve] Austin. That was the dream match 10 years ago, 15 years ago," per the report.

"Would it be a reality now? Probably not. Is there anyone on the current roster? I'd go with anybody. It doesn't matter," he added. At least he is not cancelling out the possibilities, said Inquisitr.

The report also thinks his preference is possible, with the different comebacks here and there.

Austin also said that he is in the best shape of his life, Inquisitr said, adding that Austin, aka Stone Cold, was rumoured to appear in a Wrestlemania 31 match next March, although he had already denied it.

Miami Herald recalled: "From the late 1990s into the new millennium was one of the greatest times to follow pro wrestling."

He and Jackhammer were a household match up, the report added. "The former member of the Atlanta Falcons' undefeated streak reached an apex when he defeated 'Hollywood' Hulk Hogan."

When WCW closed, he went to WWE, said Miami Herald. It was a quick ascent, facing Triple H, The Rock and then, on his last appearance, Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania XX.

If the comeback does not materialize, however, Miami Herald noted that he would still be busy.

He has convention and movie appearances, among others, spread throughout 2015, it said. He also has "Who's Next with Bill Goldberg" on PodcastOne.

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