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Legend Wants To Open Up Opportunities For His Son In WWE

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• Legend Wants To Open Up Opportunities For His Son In WWE

During an interview with Sports Illustrated, WWE Hall Of Famer Goldberg talked about wrestling in his 50s as a Special Attraction for the WWE.

He noted that it’s tough being an old power wrestler, but he’s willing to do it in hopes of providing his son with an opportunity to make a career in the WWE.

Here’s what the WCW Legend said:

“As a power wrestler, it’s tough. It’s not easy to do this at my age. But I knew that, and I said the hell with it. For me, the prize is worth it, and that’s to open up opportunities for my son.

If I can continue to do what I’m doing and continue to provide opportunities for him, then I’ll consider this a success.”

Goldberg’s teenage son Gage got physical at SummerSlam 2021, when Bobby Lashley kept on attacking his father even after the match was over.

Gage jumped on Lashley to save his father, which resulted in Lashley taking him out with the Hurt Lock.

Also Read: Goldberg Explains Why He Choked His Son In The Ring At SummerSlam 2021 (Photo)

You can watch it below:

While Goldberg has only one more match left in his current WWE contract, he noted during this interview that he’d be open to signing a new deal if WWE offers him one:

“I’m focused on what’s next. If they want to come back to me with something, we’ll talk. You never know what the future holds.”

Also Read: Goldberg Says He Has Tarnished His Legacy A Little Bit

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 7, 2007) – WWE New Year’s Revolution 2007

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on January 7, 2007, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘New Year’s Revolution 2007’ LIVE on PPV from the Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York.

This was the 3rd and final out of 3 New Year’s Revolution pay-per-views WWE put on between 2005 and 2007.

Below are the results:

Steel Cage – WWE Intercontinental Championship: Jeff Hardy (c) defeated Johnny Nitro

#1 contenders: Cryme Tyme won a Tag team turmoil match

Kenny Dykstra defeated Ric Flair

WWE Women’s Championship: Mickie James (c) defeated Victoria

World Tag Team Championship: Rated-RKO (c) wrestled D-Generation X to a no-contest

Chris Masters defeated Carlito

WWE Championship: John Cena (c) defeated Umaga

        
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