Bill Goldberg was last seen at "Wrestlemania 33" and the 50-year-old ended that run by keeping the door open for a return. To date, nothing has been set though the actor/ wrestler knows all that depends on WWE CEO Vince McMahon.

Goldberg was included on the roster of WWE "2K17" for his match against Brock Lesnar in "WrestleMania 20," which many believed was the reason for his short-lived return, Forbes reported.

Seeing Goldberg return to the WWE was farfetched but was possible. His health and conditioning were in question seeing that the WCW legend had been out of active wrestling since 2004.

Rusty return for Goldberg

Goldberg officially made his return at "Survivor Series" against Brock Lesnar. Most believed that Lesnar would easily defeat the 50-year-old until the creative team pulled a fast one. Goldberg won and in record time. It took only two spears and Jackhammer in a match that lasted only 1 minute and 26 seconds, reported.

It was touch-and-go from there. There was no certainty on how long Goldberg would be around, but the hype was too good to pass up. Hence, the WWE kept him on the roster which lasted until "Wrestlemania 33."

Worth noting is that Goldberg struggled to get back in shape according to Wrestling Inc. His age made things harder, but the future WWE Hall of Famer believes that he will be better prepared the next time he gets the call.

“Let's just say it ain't gonna take nearly the effort to get me ready again that it did last time. So, I'll see you on the rebound for damn sure," said Goldberg in an interview with

Only Vince McMahon knows

In the same interview, Goldberg said that his return to the WWE is up to big boss Vince McMahon. Similar to what he said on the "Raw" episode after "Wrestlemania 33," “Never say never.”

The interview done by was in commemoration of his 20th year in wrestling.

In all, Goldberg seems pretty content with where he is right now and what he has accomplished so far. Aside from that, he is happy with his wife and son to share his memories with.

Looking ahead, the saga of Goldberg may continue. The only problem is no one knows when that would be. "WWE "No Mercy" happens this weekend (Sept.

24) with Lesnar facing Braun Strowman. An appearance by Goldberg could be possible though he may not directly get involved in any of the matches. If ever he is in attendance, it could be to honor the WCW/ WWE legend for his 20th anniversary in wrestling plus all the things he has accomplished so far.