WWE News: Hall of Famer Scott Hall reveals a Wrestlemania 33 reunion and Goldberg’s return

Arindam Paul / 05 September 2016

We have seen a monumental reunion and perhaps the biggest of all time at Wrestlemania 31 when the NWo walked down the ramp to stand against D-Generation X. It was a classic match between Triple H and Sting in progress when we have witnessed it. Now we are getting news that one such moment may have in-store for us at next year’s Wrestlemania.



The former Kliq member X-Pac started his own wrestling talk show named ‘1,2,360 Show’. He had the privilege of having WWE Hall of Famer, Razor Ramon aka Scott Hall as the first guest. They both were part of the famous group Kliq and disclosed that there are planning to go on with the group’s appearance at next year’ Wrestlemania from Orlando, Florida. Scott hall quoted,

“There was an idea [from Shawn Michaels] that we were gonna do something. Me, Kevin [Nash] and Eric Bischoff were gonna do something. I think you [Sean Waltman], were gonna do something at the Hard Rock Cafe and City Walk in Orlando since that’s where ‘Mania is this year. But then there was some talk about maybe Hulkster being involved which makes it even bigger. But then somebody said, the last time I talked to Kevin, he said ‘No I heard from somebody, who won’t be named, let’s make it a Kliq thing’. So then the whole Kliq would be involved, and if one dude can’t make it they’re gonna drop a giant screen down and they’re gonna beam it in, him doing stuff.”

He also talked about the return of Goldberg. He thinks that it would ultimately be fruitful to both the parties.

“The only thing I can say is, why not? It’s win/win for both sides. Who cares about the past, you know? Nobody in wrestling should ever say the word never because everybody ends up eating that particular word and Goldberg’s not going to be any different. Neither is CM Punk eventually.”



The host, X-Pac also opposed the idea of Daniel Bryan who someday ago talked about “soft style” wrestling

“Bryan mentioned something about the soft WWE style before it changed. I never worked that style. I take exception to that part, because of my body, my X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, will tell a different story than a supposed soft style that we were working.”