Goldberg Further Clarified His Bored Comments


Even more Goldberg Comments…

In the past few days, Bill Goldberg has caused a little bit of controversy with some of his comments about being “miserable”. However, he hasn’t stopped there. In a recent appearance on The Ross Report with JR, Goldberg has outlined even more details surrounding his current run in the WWE. Here is the latest series of Goldberg comments ahead of him losing at WrestleMania 33

On the reception received from WWE Superstars and Fans…

“I’m pleasantly surprised if one person cheers for me, so I’m humbled each and every time I go out there. It’s just being able to deliver. They’re excited and you’ve got to deliver. I don’t want to be a mark and worry about what people think. It’s tough to go out and do a couple of moves and be taken seriously. At the end of the day, I was the Mike Tyson of wrestling. People didn’t pay to see me wrestle 15, 20 minutes.”

On whether his match at WrestleMania 33 will be his last…

“I don’t care. You know what? I can’t control that. People are going to conjecture and say that it doesn’t deserve to because of that. That doesn’t matter to me. Whenever it is, it’s going to be a blood fest. Whether I win or lose, the fact is Brock’s going to know he was in one hell of a fight and it isn’t going to be 15 seconds. It ain’t going to be a minute and 20 seconds because we both know we’re coming with it and I don’t think we’re going to surprise each other by any means. There’s no question about it. And I’ve already got my date in the hospital. I hope he has got his.”

On fans perception that he can’t go 15 minutes…

“I’m sick and tired of hearing, ‘Goldberg can’t go 15 minutes. He can’t do this. He can’t…’ You know what? They pay people to do that, okay? They also pay other guys to smash people. And when Mike Tyson was fighting, people didn’t not pay $60 to know he was going to knock someone’s block off within 60 seconds. So you can’t please everybody, but I wasn’t one of those guys. If I was asked to be one of those guys, maybe I could’ve been. But I’m not one of those guys.”

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