Source: The Miami Herald
Jim Varsallone recently interviewed Bill Goldberg, who was promoting his new movie, Check Point. Below are a couple of highlights:
"Is it [a] precursor to me doing something else with WWE in the future? That's not for me to say. I can't speak for them, but as far as I'm concerned, this wasn't my way to weasel into another match. If it happens, it happens. If it doesn't happen, so be it."
Brock Lesnar fighting at UFC 200 tonight:
"If you look at the UFC business model, they've always professed that they put the best fighters out there, and I'm not saying this because we're talking about Brock. I'm saying this as an example. The best fighters out there on the planet are the ones they want to put in front of the cameras for people to see. If you look at what [Scott] Coker does at Bellator, they've been getting some unbelievable ratings, but those rating aren't for the guys who have the best records.
"So we're seeing Dana White pull a little Vince McMahon, pull a little swerve, untraditional programming for himself, realizing that Brock Lesnar is the biggest draw in [MMA] pay-per-view history I would imagine. So I think it's a very smart business move. I think it's great for [UFC] and WWE. I think it's a cool cross-promotion that people never saw coming."
Goldberg talked more about Brock Lesnar, his fight with Mark Hunt at UFC 200 tonight, his upcoming movie Bauer and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.