TMZ caught up with Bill Goldberg and asked him about the tragic death of Perro Aguayo Jr. after a freak in-ring accident this past weekend. Goldberg noted that it was a very rare accident, but feels that WWE should pay tribute to him at WrestleMania.
"There's no doubt, there needs to be a silent bell or a moment of silence for him," Goldberg said. "There's no doubt."
Goldberg also said that he hasn't spoken to Rey Mysterio since the accident, and that Rey's a great guy. He talked about wrestling him in WCW, and said that Rey never has any ill intent when he's working and that he goes above and beyond for the safety of his opponent. Goldberg said that Rey feels this more than anyone because he's got a great heart and that he would never want something like this to happen in his wildest dreams. He also feels that the incident should "absolutely not" make Rey retire.