Former WCW, WWE superstar Bill Goldberg on The Roman Show

 

Former WCW and WWE superstar Bill Goldberg clears up the WrestleMania 30 rumors but said not to count him out, yet.

In an interview with The Roman Show and other media at the Miami Marlins Legends of Wrestling Night at Marlins Park, Goldberg said not to believe any rumors as far as him being present at WrestleMania 30.

“I don’t know where that rumor came from,” he said. “Have I spoken to them at times? Absolutely. Is my DVD coming out? Yes. Am I going to the WWE to WrestleMania? No. But there’s eight months to WrestleMania. Right? At this time I am not planning to be there, but you never know. Things could change.”

Goldberg also said he is not a fan of Ryback and wasn’t impressed with him. If Goldberg was to be at a WrestleMania, he’d like to face Undertaker.

The man who held a long undefeated streak threw out the first pitch as the Miami Marlins baseball team faced the Colorado Rockies on Saturday, Aug. 24.

The former football player also said he is remorseful for a kick that many have coined as a career ender for Bret The Hitman Hart.

“I feel remorseful of the kick,” he said. “Though Bret and I are good friends and he doesn’t hold it against me, till the day I die I am going to feel bad about it. I’ve explained myself millions of times. I am remorseful. “

He said wrestling Hart was a dream come true. Goldberg also discussed wrestling in Japan, a WWE Hall of Fame induction and his history with Miami.

Click below to watch the entire interview

http://rodolforoman.com/bill-goldberg-wants-undertaker-at-wrestlemania-has-remorse-for-bret-hart-kick/

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