Goldberg fuels mystery about his future



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Goldberg fuels mystery about his future

Goldberg made his umpteenth return to WWE during the episode of Raw following the pay-per-view Money in the Bank. The former Universal champion has embarked on a heated feud with Bobby Lashley, which culminated in the clash between the two which took place at SummerSlam.

'The All Mighty' came out with a controversial victory, as well as brutally attacking poor Gage (Goldberg's son). Bill promised him revenge and their rivalry continued without too many twists in the following weeks. The showdown took place at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia, where Goldberg had one of his best performances in many years.

Interviewed by 'Ring Rules', the 54-year-old from Tulsa said he still feels in excellent shape and gave some updates on the contract that binds him to WWE.

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"I feel I can fight for a little while longer" - confided Goldberg.

“I have the ability to entertain people and I think I've always done my job well. My contract only includes one more match and that's it. We'll see what happens in the future” - he continued fueling the mystery. During an episode of 'Busted Open Radio' earlier this year, WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray explained why WWE still bets on a veteran like Goldberg.

“Vince McMahon and his executives continue to see the enormous hype that Bill manages to create. Vince has always had a soft spot for Goldberg, it's no secret. On the other hand, Bill trains in the gym like crazy, looks phenomenal for his age and Vince is crazy about superstars of that genre.

That's why they are given so many opportunities”. In his long career as a professional wrestler, Goldberg has racked up 313 wins out of 365 matches played. He also remained undefeated for 456 consecutive days between 1997 and 1998, a period of time during which he won 155 matches in a row.

The former WCW gladiator feels satisfied with his performance on the Saudi Arabia show and thinks he has shut his critics up. “I don’t have the best track record in Saudi Arabia. I’ve knocked myself out in a match, I’ve dropped The Undertaker on his head, and this and that.

I needed to redeem myself. I’m not happy with my performance, but I’m satisfied with it to a point where I think it’s shut all these f***ers up finally,” Goldberg said. (H/T- SEScoops) Goldberg recently faced Bobby Lashley in a No Holds Barred, Falls Count Anywhere match at WWE Crown Jewel after the All Mighty attacked his son Gage at WWE Summerslam.