Paul Heyman To Induct Goldberg To The 2018 WWE Hall of Fame

One of WCW's biggest stars was Goldberg back in the '90s, although a significant ECW personality will be the one to induct him into the WWE Hall of Fame.

Former ECW owner Paul Heyman has been announced to induct Goldberg to the Hall of Fame this April.

This announcement was made earlier today via WWE.com. Paul Heyman will induct Goldberg to the WWE Hall of Fame on April 6th, 2018. 

Some people might think that this is an odd choice, but it kind of makes sense considering the real life relationship that Goldberg has with Heyman's client Brock Lesnar.

Even though the two had a big feud last year on TV, the two are actually real life friends.

Goldberg was commentating/supporting Brock Lesnar in his first ever MMA fight.

Lesnar also made sure Goldberg's return in WWE was a memorable one as it was Lesnar's own idea for Goldberg to beat him in under two minutes back in Survivor Series 2016.

That said, Lesnar is not comfortable speaking to the public most of the time which is why Lesnar's manager Heyman has been chosen to induct Goldberg.

Either way, Goldberg was one of the most important figures in WCW history and was still popular when he returned to wrestle as recently as last year.

Goldberg is not the only person getting inducted this year. Joining him includes the likes of The Dudley Boyz, Jeff Jarrett, Ivory, Mark Henry, Hillbilly Jim, Kid Rock and Jarrius "JJ" Robertson.  

Tickets to the event are available right now. It will take place inside the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on April 6th, 2018. 

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