WrestleMania 30 [RUMORS]: Ryback Continues To Hint At Bill Goldberg Comeback, Brock Lesnar Update [VIDEO]
As WrestleMania 30 from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on April 6 in New Orleans draws closer, the rumor mill continues to churn as to what the card will shape up to be and which past superstars will return for the WWE's 30th installment of its biggest event of the year. While Brock Lesnar seems like a lock to be taking on the Undertaker, it is uncertain if Bill Goldberg will return to take on Ryback. Ryback has been teasing a match with Goldberg despite the fact that Goldberg shot down rumors of an encounter.
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According to Wrestlingheadlines.com, Ryback has been using Goldberg's trademark moves The Spear and The Jackhammer at live events, and at a WWE event in Glasgow on Sunday, he told the fans that he would be taking a "Goldberg dump" on Glasgow after the match.
Fans have criticized Ryback for his character resembling many traits of Goldberg in the past and have even chanted "Goldberg" at him as a way of heckling him during his matches, but now Ryback is embracing it in storyline which has led to many people speculating that Goldberg and Ryback may have an encounter at WrestleMania 30.
Goldberg has shot down any ideas that he'll be returning to the WWE's squared circle in April.
When a user on Twitter asked Goldberg if he'd come back at WrestleMania to possibly face The Undertaker, the former superstar replied, "No chance in hell" and when another user asked if the WWE would bring him and Steve "Sting" Borden back for WrestleMania, he replied via the social media site, "Sting...maybe. Me? Not likely..."
It would appear as though Goldberg is not poised to make a comeback, unless he is being coy purposely to keep his return under wraps for a surprise affect. It would make sense that he'd be making a return since Ryback is bashing him and copying his moves in storylines, but it remains to be seen if he'll return. Goldberg's last match at WrestleMania was against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XX in a train wreck of a match at Madison Square Garden.
Lesnar is due to face the Undertaker and go after his undefeated WrestleMania streak at the 30th installment, according to multiple reports. Lesnar, who is on a limited appearances contract with the company, will be brought back most likely around WrestleMania time to start the build for the feud. It was rumored that Paul Heyman would be off of television until Lesnar's return, but Wrestlingheadlines.com reported that Heyman will return to live programming this week.
While Lesnar is a lock to return, Goldberg is far from it as the WWE prepares for its biggest spectacle of all-time at WrestleMania 30.