Goldberg Doesn't Rule Out One More Match

Goldberg not saying no to one more match

Goldberg may not have wrestled since February 2022, and since calling time on his full-time in-ring career in 2004 has only wrestled 12 times, this doesn’t mean that ‘Da Man’ is retired.

The multi-time world champion was a recent guest on the Drinkin’ Bros. podcast, where the question of ‘one more match’ was brought up, with Goldberg saying the following:

“When you’re a professional wrestler by trade, you never retire until you’re dead. I’ve been asked a couple times, but it’s hard to break me away. I’ve been hanging on the sidelines for four years with my son. My wife and I moved here for the sole reason of watching our son grow up in an unbelievable surrounding and it’s been fabulous. Living out that script for the last four years, me not having to go back and forth to Hollywood and do anything and be able to set our time aside because he plays baseball, he plays football, so we’ve just been parents for four years and it’s just been the best part of my life. It’s awesome,” said Goldberg

Goldberg’s last appearance in a professional wrestling ring saw him lose to WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns in mere minutes at WWE Elimination Chamber in Saudi Arabia. The former WCW World Heavyweight Champion recently made headlines for his comments on Asuka breaking his undefeated streak.

H/T: WrestlingNews.co

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