With WWE needing to ensure they can sell out those 100,000 seats for Wrestlemania in Dallas next year, word is they want as many big names on the show as possible (which should be obvious), and of all the names I've seen mentioned (Brock Lesnar, HHH, Undertaker and Sting being givens, and Austin, Rock, Batista, and Shawn Michaels all being possibilities as well), Bill Goldberg doesn't seem to be among them. Some will say that it's because most people don't care about him anymore, but in all fairness, he hasn't really done much of note since his wrestling career ended and his name has barely been mentioned on WWE television at all since he left in 2004, and yet his DVD from 2013 still outsold nearly every other DVD that the company put out that year regardless. So there'd arguably a lot of interest if he came back to wrestle one final match. Goldberg also said he wouldn't mind wrestling again since he'd love for his son to see him wrestle live and he wouldn't mind putting this person over either, but he "didn't want it to be against someone who loses all the time" (in reference to Ryback back in 2012/2013.) So hypothetically, if he were to work a program with someone next year, who would make for the best and most logical opponent? Roman Reigns? John Cena? Brock Lesnar? Rusev (if he's still relevant by then)? A newcomer from NXT (Baron Corbin)?