On episode 141 of The Ross Report, WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross spoke with two-time world champion Bill Goldberg about his upcoming return to the squared circle against 'The Beast Incarnate' Brock Lesnar at WWE Survivor Series, live from Toronto, Canada.
According to Goldberg, he will be fine if he gets booed at Survivor Series and he would not handle it like he did at WWE WrestleMania 20 this time around.
"At the end of the day, I hope everybody has fun. And if I just so happen to get booed, then, I am surely not going to go out and end my life because of it. At the end of the day, it's other people's interpretation upon your act at that moment, so if I get booed, then, I'll take it out on Brock more so than I'm doing already. And I believe that that's what we wanted to do to each other when we were booed the last time we met. And I think this time, the gloves, as we say, are off, so this is going to be a war."
Additionally, Goldberg claimed that he might not be hitting the ropes expertly now, but the violence level of the match will far exceed expectations.
"As far as taking bumps and giving bumps, I've been taking bumps and I've been giving bumps, but they are of a completely different kind, so just because I'm not up on my hitting the ropes skills, don't mean that I don't bring something to the table that will far exceed expectations as far as violence is concerned, so that's what we do, man. And I'm just trying to, I've got to reinvent myself and I've got to figure out the right combination to bring into that ring."
Also during the podcast, 'Good Ol' J.R.' checked in with former WWE personality, Stacy 'The Kat' Carter. Check out the podcast here. If you use any of the quotes that appear in this article, please credit The Ross Report with an H/T to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription.
Source: The Ross Report