Black hole comes in all sizes ranging from microscopic black hole on a quantum scale to supermassive black hole that resides in the center of probably every galaxy. Photon have no rest mass hence they can go at roughly 300000000 m/s in vacuum, on the other hand black hole contain lots of mass concentrated in a tiny region of space. I am curious whether a black hole perhaps even micro black hole (assuming it doesn't disappear immediately) could move at speed of light in theory or do I treat them like any star? (Angular momentum do not count)
If a black hole travels from point A to point B, long distance at the speed of light you can say it's a wormhole.