Goldberg Says He’ll Never Join TNA Wrestling, Last Year’s Hall of Fame Tribute Video On Sting
- Hyping this summer’s slate of Impact Wrestling episodes on Spike TV as “the biggest summer ever” in the history of the nine-year program, TNA Wrestling President Dixie Carter touted via Twitter the soon arrival of a “big free agent signing.” On the social networking service, two-time world champion Bill Goldberg immediately squashed the possibility of joining the Nashville-based promotion.
“I’m telling you now it would never happen,” he said in response to a user asking him whether he is the individual in question.
The same Twitter user then wrote, “thank god for that I’d quit watching impact.” In response, Goldberg quipped, “Yep…..you and the other 4 people.”
A few months after Hulk Hogan’s arrival to TNA Wrestling, the legendary grappler claimed that Goldberg was in negotiations to join the organization. Goldberg, however, debunked the claim, stating to TulsaWorld.com, “Pardon my French, but Hulk Hogan’s full of crap because I was never in negotiations with TNA.”
– Sunday night at Slammiversary, the second member of the TNA Hall of Fame will be announced—the formal induction will take place in October at Bound For Glory. The official YouTube account of TNA released the career tribute video from last year’s ceremony honoring 14-time world champion Sting.