10 Biggest WWE 'Never Say Never' Moments

Never say never in WWE

8. Goldberg returns

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Add Goldberg to the list of ex-WCW stars who subsequently made the move to WWE and felt as though they were being punished for having the temerity to earn a living with the competition during the Monday Night Wars. 

Big Bill’s WWE run between 2003 and 2004 started with him being forced to don a blonde wig and ended with him being booed out of Madison Square Garden at WrestleMania XX. 

In between was a lot of bitterness and frustration at his booking and perceived poor treatment. 

After he left, the former World Heavyweight Champion was far from complimentary about his time working for WWE and as the years passed and Goldberg got older, it felt as though the most we could expect from Goldberg was him showing up as a talking head for a WWE-produced documentary. 

Like with Ultimate Warrior before, it was an association with video game developers 2K that paved the way for Da Man to come back for a bit of a fantasy warfare and a rematch with Brock Lesnar at the 2016 Survivor Series. 

Goldberg would win that match and go on to become a two-time Universal Champion before having what is currently his final WWE match at Elimination Chamber 2022. 

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