Former WWE Universal champion Goldberg isn't currently wrestling for WWE, but has not completely closed the door on returning.
In an interview with Wrestlinginc.com, Goldberg admitted that it will be hard for him to come back to the ring, but did say he would consider a return if an opportunity ever came up.
"Personally and professionally, it's something that I would have to take into consideration if it was ever presented to me again," Goldberg said. "As far as the physical aspect is concerned, as I sit and look at myself in the gym I ask myself what I am going to do with this? I don't think it's an impossibility, but it could be an improbability to ever get back in the ring, but never say never. Like I said the last time; you never know who is next and you never know what is next."
As far as his physical health is concerned, he said that his body has been battered after a lifetime of football and wrestling, but does not regret doing what he has done career-wise.
"I'm feeling great as I am sitting in my massage chair doing this interview," Goldberg said. "How I feel now is a culmination of 50 years of battering my body; whether it'd be in football or wrestling, going to my Muay Thai gym, it's been a life that I have accepted and a life I wouldn't change for the world, but at the same time it's a life of pain, so it is what it is.”
Goldberg had not appeared on WWE television since the post-WrestleMania 33 edition of RAW talk, which aired on the WWE Network after the RAW broadcast ended.