Source: NBC Sports

Goldberg was recently interviewed by NBC Sports to promote Sunday's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. Below are a couple of highlights:

Showing emotion in his promos "that doesn't seem to exist in the product anymore:

"Man, I was just trying to be myself. I truly was. At the end of the day, that's something that I haven't been able to do in the wrestling ring. I put myself under so much pressure to be that monster all of the time. In my situation right now, it's not a detriment to have a heart.

"That's one of my strong suits, but at the same time, I will rip your face off if you do something that I don't like. The reigns between the two are very admirable, I believe. I think it shows that I'm diversified. I'm not just one guy. I've added a little dimension that I didn't have in the past. I don't know how to explain it, I really don't. I'm still horrible at them (promos). I'm just trying to do what I do."

If Survivor Series is his last WWE match:

"I'm sure acting like it. At the end of the day, it's all that I'm concerned about. I take one day as it is.

"My body feels horrible. I tweaked my shoulder last night (on Raw), but that doesn't mean in five days that I'm not going to come out kicking ass and taking names like I always do."

Goldberg also discussed Conor McGregor's UFC 200 win, his match with Lesnar at WrestleMania being "decent," his son liking to play Lesnar on WWE 2K17 and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.

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