Bill Goldberg spoke with Denny Burkholder of CBS Sports before this past Monday's appearance on Raw.
After his shocking squash victory over Brock Lesnar, Goldberg said he thought he had one more championship run in him. So he officially entered the Royal Rumble match, and he's not lacking for confidence.
"I'll knock down whatever they put in front of me," Goldberg said. "I'd like to get the opportunity to wrestle at WrestleMania again, especially since I've only had one. But like I said, the Royal Rumble this weekend, that's what I'm focused on."
If he wins the Rumble this Sunday, he'll get that Wrestlemania match he wants, and it'll be for the Universal Title. Of course, if he were to win the belt, he'd have to stick around for a while, and become a full time performer, right?
"If that were to happen, it depends on your definition of full time. If you have the strap, the WWE title, you gotta be on TV to defend it. I guess we'll cross that bridge if we get there."
Goldberg also spoke about the warm welcome he's received in the locker room since coming back. "The respect is unbelievable. I feel like an elder statesman. I'm very happy for the business that such good people are in control of it now. It seems like they're a great group of kids in the locker room. And that's really nice to see, because in past years, that has not always been the case."
You can read the entire interview at this link.
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