He said that he was approached in October about returning to the company. He talked about having to think about physical limitations, age and desire. He said, “this ain’t no damn script. I’m speaking from my heart so I would appreciate if you’d listen.”
Goldberg said that things have changed and his focus has moved directly to his family. He said that the fans got to see a part of his life that they’ve never seen before. Goldberg said that he got to show a little piece of what he used to do. He pointed to his son and said that fans can cheer or boo but he put in all the training for his son. His son and wife were crying at ringside.
Goldberg brought his son into the ring and reiterated that this is not scripted. He talked about the feeling he got when he was able to take the Universal Championship to his son’s school and nobody can take that away from him and his son.
He added, “this could possibly be the last time you ever see me in a ring.” He mentioned the “debacle” from WrestleMania 20 and feels that he and Brock did pretty good at this year’s Mania. He ended by saying, “you never know what or who’s next” and “never say never.”
As previously noted on the site, Goldberg’s deal expired with his match at Mania but his run has been considered a success so there is always a chance that he could work with WWE again.