WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg made an appearance on ESPN‘s College Game Day on New Year’s Eve as their celebrity guest picker.

Goldberg stopped by with a custom-made WWE Championship that included side plates that read “SEC” (Southeastern Conference Football).

The former Georgia Bulldog was praised by the hosts, with audible lines like, “Looks like he could still play. Look at that,” being said as he made his entrance.

As one would expect, Goldberg chose his alumni as the team he thought would come out on top in their game against the Michigan Wolverines.

He would predict correctly, as the final score of the game was 34 points for Georgia and 11 points for Michigan.

The Georgia Bulldogs will now play against Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday, Jan. 10, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Goldberg’s most recent match was a victory over Bobby Lashley at WWE Crown Jewel on October 21, 2021.

He recently revealed that his shoulder will need extensive surgery to repair but he is holding off until he is completely done competing in the ring.

“I won’t tell everybody on national radio or television that my shoulder has been destroyed for the last three years, five years, eight years. I need surgery, but I’ll get it when I’m done,” he revealed.