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We have heard of the return of Bill Goldberg, we have talked about it, wanted it and even prayed for it but so far, that’s as good as a mirage; the closer we get, the far it becomes.

We even though he was going to make it to WrestleMania 32, we so wanted it to happen but nothing happened – at the last bus stop, Dave of the Wrestling Observer disclosed that WWE didn’t even contact former professional football player.

Naturally we gave up the ghost, so to say and all of a sudden, WWE brought back the 49-year old legend in grand styles.

In the last night on Monday Night Raw, Goldberg eventually returned, not in body but in spirit. He came back to the fore of the company in the form of a video game character in WWE 2K17.

As soon as that video game was released on the official WWE website, so many tongues began waggling and people are is now saying Goldberg could be on his way back to the ring for WWE as that may somehow land the semi-retired professional wrestler a trip to Suplex City.

Speaking of “Suplex City,” we are talking of a fictional city created by Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar, and it really became a reality at WrestleMania 31.

Then the line went further to the event of that pay-per-view, when Brock Lesnar destroyed Roman Reigns with suplex after suplex, and at a particular junction, he was caught on camera saying “Suplex City, b***h.”
The 49-year old star was speaking was speaking in an interview with IGN lately and he talked about his career as a wrestler pari-passu a number of things. Including his character in the new game

There, he mention about wanting to do a match against Sting and how he would play the game as Brock Lesnar and whatnot.

On a separate account, Goldberg did another interview with and he said he would love to wrestle Brock Lesnar again.

Your stance about not going back to WWE has been very clear, but do you appreciate how Brock Lesnar’s returned on his terms?

Brock and Ernest Miller are the only two [wrestlers] that I talk to since I left. I talk to Brock once [every] couple months. He’s a genius, but he’s a little younger than me, and he can tolerate a little more than I can. I refuse to do it. The one year that I [joined WWE], I’m so mad at myself for doing it, but I owed it to the fans to try it. I put myself on that platter and I got slaughtered. That’s how I feel, and I shouldn’t feel like that. I should think wrestling is the most positive thing in the world. The fact is, behind the scenes, there’s stuff that goes on that’s bush-league. It’s laughable. So to see a guy like Brock do what he’s doing, are you kidding me? I admire him whole-heartedly, and I like to think that I taught him a thing or two. I’d love to wrestle Brock again.