— SBNation has a lengthy interview with Shawn Michaels and Triple H promoting WrestleMania. In the interview, the topic of Bill Goldberg being inducted into the Hall of Fame is brought up.

“Bill’s trying to get into the Hall of Fame,” said Triple H. “If there’s a rumor about him coming back, he probably started it. I’ve not seen any mention of his name… We have a unique business, and we try to do a legitimate Hall of Fame. We try to honor the guys that deserve it. To the guys that go in, it’s something special. I heard Hogan s–t on it, but I don’t think anything’s special to him except for money. Like, if you called Michael Jordan to put him into the Basketball Hall of Fame, and he said, ‘All right, but I’m only gonna show up if I get to play for the Bulls next year.’ We get that all the time. We call a guy to honor him in the Hall of Fame, and he goes, ‘I want to do an angle. I want a one-off. I need a hundred grand.’ So when you say, ‘What about Goldberg?’, no offense to Bill, but you’ve got guys like Bruno San Martino that were legends with longevity that should be in there, but they’re holding out because they think they’ve got one more run. Just using Bill as an example, how many years did he wrestle? Not many.”

Shawn Michaels chimed in with his opinion as well, saying, “To me, he’s not even in the ball park. Not because he’s not talented, but greatness doesn’t happen in a few years. Greatness is established over a long period of time. We try to promote people and get them over, but you can’t do it that quickly. In our line of work, there are other qualities that make somebody viable besides just whether they’re tough or not. In every other line of work — like if you’re a lineman who can’t play, everybody knows you can’t play.”

You can check out the full interview by clicking here.

— Apparently UFC President Dana White is having second thoughts on doing a third Brock Lesnar – Frank Mir fight. White is re-considering doing the fight due to all the negative backlash he’s been hearing. You can check out the entire article on FightLine.com by clicking here.

— Last week’s episode of WWE Superstars garnered a 0.56 (0.6) rating with 627,000 viewers. The replay did a 0.18 rating with 190,000 viewers.

— On a Dutch program called Ushi & Loesie, the presenter has been punking celebs from Holland and around the world. Hulk Hogan was one of his victims, you can check out the video below:

Resit K contributed to this article.