Wwll, logic dictates that if guys like Pete Rhodes and Drew Carrey as celebrities, as well as KoKo B. Ware is into the HOF, anyone can ge tin.
Now, from what HBK and HHH said in an interview that after last year they wanted mor legitimate people get inducted, then Neither man would get in because they didn't have the longevity in the business to be there.
I think that the one with better chances to get in as a Celebrity induction and if he really wants it (probably not his deepest desirte at all) and if he keeps being successful as a MMA fighter, the one getting in would be Brock Lesnar.
Does he really contribute to the business? No at all, he was the new start for two years and he got in after all was said and Done with the Wars, he actually debuted after the invasion was long gone and he wasn't there enough time to make a real impact in the industry.
Actually, being honest, He is one of the main reasons new comers don't get pushed or get pushe and then de-pushed. After Brock was gone just try to see the trend on young guys pushes, only two have been significant but none else and not right away. Is it right to discrimnate people like that? No, but at the same time, WWE has learned the hard way not to trust new comers even if they seem to be gold and had to let them show that they really want to be there.
Brock was good at his job, don't get me wrong, he was really good, but his hart was not there, if he likes the idea,he will probably will get inducted, but that also that will depend in how sucessful he is, right now, he is pretty much very succesful, only 2 loses and being a former UFC Heavy Weight Champion.
Now Goldberg on the other hand, pretty much he just won't be IMO.
Goldberg was significant in wrestling during 1998 and 1999 and a little bit of the 2000, but after The Streak he pretty much start losing power. He was significant but during the last peak of the WCW, so he was in with the battle won already and his starting to really shine was during the downfall of WCW, that and his big freaking ego (shown on his own interviews an opinions) stopped him to really become significant part of the industry. Like Eric Bishoff said "Goldberg was something that worked at the time" but after the time passed, he never allowed himself to evolve enough to be part of the bigger picture.
After WCW was down and out, He made a very smart decision into let his contract run out, finacially he was settled but lost steam when he came back.
Now his run in WWE was good for him as a character, even if he bitches about his time there he was treated like royalty, He only lost 3 matches in that year, feuded with the biggest stars there and beat them all, including the entire group of Evolution not once but twice and still has the nerve to complain about his character being screwed? give me a fucking break! Yes he was a star, but was treated as a mega star, he didn't pay any dues again, was put over by the biggest star of the moment and ran rampage for about 4 months before getting pinned for the first time, only did his dates and nothing more and has one f the hugest egos in the business. Even Hulk Hogan had to scratch a little when he came back to the WWE.
Then what was his impact? pretty much non existant, he didn't help anyone or made any significant impact during that year and finished winning anyway, to later go out and talk shit about the WWE, and what? he got offended when they say he was not HOF material? Well, he is not.
GOldberg was over, yes, but he could not see beyond his own nose to become relevant beyond his two glitches at the top.