Source: Yahoo Sports!
Yahoo Sports! has an interview with Paul Heyman, who was promoting Sunday's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. During the Q&A, Heyman addressed his promo with Brock Lesnar aimed at Goldberg in Minneapolis last month. Heyman was trying his hardest to get fans to chant for Goldberg, but instead they cheered for Lesnar and chanted "Goldberg sucks."
"Here's something to think about: Heading into Brock vs. Undertaker, we presented RAW from Chicago. Right after CM Punk walked out. The crowd in Chicago was publicly determined to hijack the show, and the moment the RAW opening hit, 18,000 people started chanting Punk's name. We hit Punk's music and I went down to the ring, sat in the "pipebomb" position, and never raised my voice. I took 'em all on. I stopped the Punk chants. And I hooked them on Brock vs. Undertaker for WrestleMania. If I'm as good as people say I am … and since I advocate for Brock Lesnar, I need to better than that … then there should never be a task that is viewed as "can't be done." My performance needs to not be personal best, but best ever, and on that night, I didn't live up to my own hype. Lesson learned. Defeat is a wonderful experience if it motivates you to never forget you're only as good as your last performance.