Originally Posted by Robstar
That all depends upon (a) how long TNA chooses to extend his push and (b) how long his contract lasts.
If TNA bring Goldberg in for a year, and he is only pushed dominantly for say 3 months, that's a full 9 months they can use Goldberg in a way to put over the TNA talent. Imagine how big of a win it would be for Joe, Storm, Styles, or Morgan to be the one who stopped Goldberg - It would do more to put over that homegrown talent than it would to make Goldberg appear totally dominant over the roster.
The biggest risk is in how Goldberg would be used, but I can see TNA using a similar formula in what they have done with Sting in the past. It was a big feather in the hat of AJ Styles to go over Sting, and sealed Roode as the "most dominant champion in TNA history" to put a win over Sting in his back pocket and have that major name on the list of successful title defenses, especially after the exchanges between the two while Sting was in the GM role. Do I fully trust TNA to use this as a chance to get the younger talent over as truly credible threats to the likes of a name like Goldberg? No, because I am still timid in trusting TNA. However, they have been making what appears to be changes for the future in the past 2 years, so they *might* make the right decision. I don't think Goldberg would be opposed to this because, as stated before, he has expressed a desire to create competition in the wrestling industry. If he chooses to go to TNA as a way to help create this, I think he would be onboard for helping to make these guys more of a credible threat to their counterpart.