If you grew up in the 90's at all there is a good chance that you know who Bill Goldberg is. If not, or if you were professional wrestling-adverse, Bill Goldberg was a muscle-bound ex-football player that WCW scooped up in the mid-90's, loosely trained how to be a pro wrestler and tossed him into the ring. He studied a lot of pro wrestling styles and the one that stuck out to him the most was shoot-style, funny enough, which led to him taking on a character that was sort of a "shoot fighter" and he did a quasi-UFC thing.
They treated him like a prized fighter, showing his entrances where he came from the backstage area with a full security detail like a professional boxer. He wore MMA gloves and was all about intensity and, well, crushing jobbers. He was best known for his "streak" where WCW brass booked him to crush enhancement talent (read: guys so low on the totem pole that they are paid to show up, make a guy look good and to lose). WCW was a complicated promotion, though, and eventually ruined the good thing that they had with Goldberg.
Goldberg went on to WWE after WCW folded into the WWE, but he had no passion for professional wrestling and it showed throughout his run, culminating in a match with Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania where both men were booed out of the arena because the fans knew that both men were leaving after that night. Brock went on to become UFC Heavyweight Champion, Goldberg went on to have some involvement in calling MMA and being a personality, but since then has been a bit under the radar.
He mentioned how excited that he was watching GLORY 19 last week on social media, which led to GLORY's team to reach out to him and apparently they are in talks now for Goldberg to appear in a fight on GLORY programming, but of course, Goldberg states that it's "just for fun" seeing as though he is 48.
No word as to who a potential opponent might be, but the wrestling fan in me would like to see Norman Smiley, Barry Horowitz or "Lightning Foot" Jerry Flynn at least considered. We do know, of course, that GLORY has been in talks with Alberto Del Rio/El Patron (Jose Alberto Rodriguez/Dos Caras Jr.) about a potential fight in GLORY, so they have pro wrestling on the mind. [source]