Adam Carriker of 93.7 The Ticket interviewed Bill Goldberg and received an update on his desire to have a retirement match.

Right now, Goldberg is focused on his son Gage’s football career as he transitions from high school to playing for Deion Sanders and the University of Colorado Boulder.

“Who knows? I will be perfectly honest with you I have put that on the back burner. Right now, I have segued into dad, husband and car host. I am just having fun in my garage, man. I don’t have a lot of time right now to dedicate to prepping for a retirement match,” he said. “Vince kind of let me down but that’s the business. It is what it is.”

Goldberg was asked if he is still in talks with AEW.

“I have talked to him (Tony Khan) a number of times throughout the past but this is where you are going to get the most blunt answer you are ever going to get from me, the product is too cheesy. It doesn’t deserve to have…whatever. (laughs) Now, you are really going to get me going. If there was a comparable, viable option as a competitor that would allow me to still look myself in the mirror after I was a member of their roster then it would be a consideration, but (AEW) not a chance,” he replied.

When asked about his thoughts about WrestleMania he had this answer.

“I will be perfectly honest with you, I don’t watch it. I do hear all the news but it is a different deal. It is a different day and age. The Rock’s involvement in any way, shape or form is going to be positive for business with WWE. The merger with the UFC and everything that encompasses that and unfortunately with what happened to Vince, I think it was an advantageous time for something positive to happen.”