Recent WWE Hall of Fame inductee Bill Goldberg said his latest run with WWE has left him ‘completely at peace’.
In an interview with the New York Post, the former Universal Champion said that his 2016 return had been fulfilling.
He said: “If I never stepped in the ring again, I’m content dude. I’m completely at peace, I really am. Would I like to do it again? Who knows. It would have to be the right fit. I’d love to do it again for my son. Let’s be honest, everybody knows that. But at the end of the day, you have to be smart about it.”
The WCW star also spoke on the possibility of one more match, saying it would have to be carefully planned.
“What I was able to accomplish last year was really special, and I don’t want to take anything away from that by any stretch of the imagination, devalue my place in the Hall of Fame, and my stature to the fans.”
Among other accomplishments, Goldberg is perhaps best known for his 173-0 winning streak in WCW, which was the longest streak in wrestling until last year, when it was surpassed by Asuka.
“It’s so hard, I felt bad for her”, Goldberg told the Post, referring to Asuka’s streak being broken at WrestleMania 34 by Charlotte Flair.
“It’s a really cool accomplishment. It’s unbelievable, but there comes a time when you kind of question its tenure and when is it the right time to break it.”
Goldberg also spoke about his new show, ‘Forged in Fire: Knife or Death’, which pits martial artists and bladesmiths in obstacle courses against the clock.
“Everything was just really cool, It’s not as simple as just walking up to something and seeing if you can cut through it. So there are a lot of dynamics in it.”