Former WWE and WCW World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg was recently interviewed about various topics that includes his last conversation with Triple H and if he would accept a WWE Hall of Fame induction. Here are the highlights.
On his last conversation with Triple H:
“I had a conversation with Paul recently and I said, ‘Listen, I’m willing to put everything aside. If you guys want to sit down and make some money and have some fun, then let’s do it. My son wants to see me wrestle, and I’m willing to put all the bad feelings aside. If you guys want to move forward and do this thing the right way, then let’s talk.’ And that’s the way it ended. There’s nothing there. Truthfully, I don’t even think they want me to come, period. I’m just not of them. The fact that I’m not far outweighs the financial gain, which they truly may not even believe is there. And I’m good with that. I’m absolutely fine with that.”
On being possibly inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame:
“I don’t have a time limit and age is just a number for me,” he said. “If the Hall of Fame presents itself, then I’ll do it in a heartbeat. But it’s not something where I sit here and go, ‘Man, I wish the WWE would induct me in the Hall of Fame.’ I don’t think about what I would say in my speech or who would induct me. I don’t think about that, by no stretch of the imagination.”
You can read the entire interview here.