WWE RAW Results

In preparation of this Sunday’s Survivor Series PPV and the main event between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg, the following interviews were sent into Wrestleview.com on Friday afternoon.

First up, Brian Fritz interviewed the advocate for Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman, about his client’s match with Goldberg this Sunday and how he got the ball rolling for the match to take place, which you can read at the link below.


Secondly, Complex.com sent in the following excerpts from their new interview with Goldberg about making his return to the ring for WWE this Sunday for the first time in 12 years.

Weirdest thing he’s experienced since returning:

“My body’s reaction. It’s just all overwhelming, physically, mentally, emotionally. It’s a completely different story. Every aspect of it, to try to prepare to be the Goldberg that everybody remembers in a six-week period of time. It’s just been very overwhelming, man.”

His promo ability:

“I’m not comfortable with a microphone in my hand, ever. But Paul Heyman is pretty easy to feed off of. He’s the best at what he does.”

Positives and negatives on today’s WWE:

“I haven’t been around long enough to give it a good opinion. AJ Styles is a heck of a kid. Roman Reigns is a heck of a kid. There’s a lot of people with a lot of talent there, and I really don’t know because I haven’t been there long enough to pass proper judgment. They need intensity, that’s for sure. They need some realism. I think that’s why I was well received.”

If he regrets his previous WWE run:

“I had the opportunity to work at the WWE as one of their superstars. How bad could it have been? Would I have liked for it to be a little different? Absolutely. Would I have liked to not have a wig on two weeks into the deal and then change my music and have everyone and their mother [use the] Spear? Absolutely. But if my aunt had balls, she would be my uncle. You can’t always have things your way, man.”

The interview with Goldberg by Complex can be read by clicking on the link below.



  1. They were using his WCW music the first two weeks of his original run. Then Jim Johnston composed a new version. He’s been entering to the WCW, exiting to the WWE version during this run.

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