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Goldberg last opponent if he had one more run?

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Austin would have been awesome ten years back,not Now

Goldberg vs Cena for me

Goldberg vs Cena at WM-Just looks like 1 million buys again with hype
 

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Might be Goldberg/Cena most likely.

However, Rock getting a redeeming win over Goldberg could also happen, just like when he eventually beats Brock to make it even.
 

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I don't think Goldberg v Cena has nearly the mainstream appeal you would think it would. Hell I don't even think it would have much appeal to wrestling fans. What remains of WCW fans now watch TNA and it is a very small percentage of their audience at that, Goldberg means absolutely nothing in 2012. A Mr.Kennedy return means more.
 

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Austin-Goldberg was THE dream match of the nineties.

Perhaps it has been too long to even have half the impact it would have once had, but out of all the options it still makes the most sense.

I don't think the WWE should make a habit of having Cena wrestle attitude era stars at Wrestlemania.
 

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austin but it would waste of an austin match. cena dosent have he appeal. i would go for heel randy orton. he takes the diamond cutter well.
 

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I doubt Goldberg would come back due to politics. but if he did, I could see him doing it with Ryback.
Goldberg could get (Kayfabe) annoyed that there is a clone of himself and the feud could esculate from there.
It would also get Ryback over in a big way.
 

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It's got to be the Undertaker for a few reasons:

1) They've never faced each other before.

2) Their styles would be a good mix.

3) After the train wreck of Goldberg's last WWE match, you need somebody in there with him who he respects and who respects the business so if Goldberg isn't delivering, they can step their/and his game up.
 

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Bill Goldberg has a history of accidently injuring his opponents (he gave Bret Hart a kick to the mush that ended his career, for example). I don't think that Steve Austin would risk his already precarious physical condition by stepping in the ring with a stiff, clumsy, permenently green Bill Goldberg.

I'm not sure who I'd like to see Goldberg against. He's kind of a relic from a different era entirely; I don't know what today's audience would make of his gurning, two move assault.
 
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