In recent years, the figure of Bill Goldberg has burst back to appear on the WWE scene, after years in which the wrestler no longer walked a pro-wrestling ring, after leaving the company of McMahon in the now distant 2004.
After spending more than 10 years away from the WWE rings, Da Man has returned not only for appearance's sake but also to compete at an athletic level in the rings of the Stamford federation, coming to even grab two Universal titles that were still missing from his collection personal.
After unleashing the harshest criticisms from a large slice of WWE Universe fans, Bill Goldberg is also preparing to challenge WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, in the challenge of the next PPV, called Royal Rumble.
Goldberg is still as relevant as ever
In his last interview, the historic manager and fighter of WCW, WWF, AAA, TNA and many other world companies, Konnan, also wanted to talk about the Goldberg-WWE situation, with the Cuban becoming very famous especially in the Mexican independent circuit who in fact wanted to say about the Hall of Famer: "I think he's got his head a bit.
I mean, when you become popular with such a huge mass of people like he did in a short time, so fast, people start treating you differently and you think you're really different. So the thing begins to get slowly into your head, it was certainly not so mounted when he landed in the world of wrestling.
It's also true that there were a lot of guys who tried to knock him off the pedestal right away, so he fell into paranoia at the same time." According to the historic Cuban manager, therefore, the blame for the fact that Goldberg has risen to his head is not only the historic fighter but also his colleagues who have done everything to take away that fame that in one way or another Da Man he had earned it, by doing nothing but magnify the ego of the former WCW world champion, where both Konnan and Goldberg worked.
Goldberg was one of the biggest wrestlers in WCW history and carried his stardom over to WWE in 2003. He had a brief but successful stint the first time around, which saw him winning the world title on one occasion and scoring a win over Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 20.
Goldberg came back to WWE in 2016 to resume his feud with Lesnar and has made many more returns since then. He is currently set to collide with Drew McIntyre for the WWE title at the 2021 Royal Rumble event.