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WWE Rumors: Bill Goldberg to return?


It seems that the WWE universe may be seeing a familiar face in some time.

As it was first reported by TMZ, it appears that the WWE are in talks to bring back former WCW superstar Bill Goldberg.The last time Goldberg was in WWE was when he had his match with Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 20 which took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Speculation of return for the former WCW superstar became more of a possibility when it was announced he would appear as a pre-order component of the latest WWE 2K game. It should also be noted that the Ultimate Warrior and Sting who appeared in previous editions of the game also appeared on TV. Ultimate Warrior returned to WWE in time to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame before Wrestlemania 30 and would appear on WWE Raw before he passed away hours afterwards.

When it came to Sting, like Goldberg, started his career in WCW and never stepped into a WWE arena. That changed after he would appear at Survivor Series two years ago to cost the Authority their match. This would end up setting up a match between Triple H and Sting at Wrestlemania 31.

Since Goldberg left professional wrestling, he has kept quite and on June 7,2015 he made his return to professional wrestling during a Legends of Wrestling show at Citi Field in Queens, New York. He was not scheduled to wrestle at the event, but he came out to help Rob Vam Dam after his match against Scott Steiner.

The most notable thing that Goldberg did was he served as a color commentator for a World Fighting Alliance King of Streets pay-per-view in Los Angeles, California. He has also gone on record many times to saying that he would not return to WWE. I see this not being a long run and being something that Cou possibly  lead to a match at Wrestlemania 33 in Orlando or a match at one of the other major pay-per-views.


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