Yo Guys today from sports world we bring “5 Facts That You Maybe Not Know About Goldberg” as He Return to WWE
Bill Goldberg has appeared in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and WWE (1997-2005) and is known for his 173 match undefeated streak in WCW, though some wrestlers have termed the official figure as exaggerated. It is certain that majority of the WWE will be aware of his undefeated records, his moves, his movies and his accomplishments. So. let us take a look at some of the lesser known facts about ‘The Undefeated’
There is a general perception that one can have a great physique by eating meats and pro wrestlers consume a lot of non-vegetarian stuff. But Goldberg had other ideas as he kept himself away from meats and remained a vegetarian throughout his career.
2. Ends Bret Hart’s career
Bret Hart defended his WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Goldberg. During the match, Hart was struck with a Thrust Kick to the head – which resulted in a severe concussion and it turned out to be the beginning of the Bret Hart’s end.
3. Undefeated Champion But has Only 5 losses in his career
In his entire career, Goldberg has lost only five matches and in all of those matches, the winners got an outside help en-route to victory.Those unique set of names includesformer champions Kevin Nash, Bret Hart, Booker T, Scott Steiner and Triple H. His undefeated streak was ended by Kevin Nash in 1998 which required an interference from Scott Hall and the help of a taser gun.
4. Love Animals
Goldberg is fond of animals and there are several images of him with the kittens.He might have had an animal-like attitude inside the wrestling ring, but in real life. He has three pet cats Moe, Larry, Curly and a pet goat called Goatberg. Adding to that, Goldberg is an animal activist and is the spokesperson of American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
5. Professional American footballer
Goldberg played as the defensive tackle for the Georgia Bulldogs and was drafted by the NFL side Los Angeles Rams.He spent a full season there before moving to Atlanta Falcons in the early 1990s followed by a move to the Carolina Panthers in the 1995 expansion draft. During a preseason game, Goldberg tore his lower abdomen from his pelvis and gave up American Football.