Bill Goldberg recently did a Q&A session with Scott Dargis of NBC Sports to promote his match with Brock Lesnar at Sunday’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view event at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. During the interview, Goldberg was asked if this will be his final match. Goldberg said that he is sure acting like it will be but admitted that he is taking one day as it comes. “My body feels horrible. I tweaked my shoulder last night (on RAW during an in-ring segment with Lesnar), but that doesn’t mean in five days that I’m not going to come out kicking ass and taking names like I always do,” Goldberg said.
Goldberg was asked about making his WWE return a few weeks ago. Goldberg said it was terrifying because he has not been on WWE TV in 12 years and was trying to give people the same thing that they loved about his character. “Father time is not very receptive to keeping your body in the utmost shape once you reach a certain point in your life,” Goldberg said. Goldberg added that things do not heal like they used to but he is just thrusting himself out there with a very short amount of time to get prepared. Goldberg said that he is never going to be happy (regarding the preparation time) but wished he had a little more time to train.
Goldberg also talked about Chris Weidman and more. You can read the entire interview here.