There have been many former NFL players that didn’t work out so well, but have turned their football careers into ones inside the squared circle. The likes of Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns and Bill Goldberg are just a few of the bigger names that played in the NFL and then either went back or turned to professional wrestling once their football careers were over. So what about some...
The last time we saw Bill Goldberg in a WWE ring, he was cracking a cold one with Steve Austin after defeating Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XX, only to get met with a stunner for his troubles. Now it looks like that will be his last time. But that’s doesn’t mean his pro wrestling career is over. In fact, he told Fox Sports that he will definitely lace up the boots one more...
It only took 26 years but Sting is finally coming to the WWE…sort of. Rumors have been confirmed that Sting will play a big part in the marketing of the upcoming WWE 2K15 video game. Check out the first promo featuring the former WCW champion.
Bill Goldberg recently appeared on Ring Rust Radio. Here are some highlights: Negative fan reaction for part-time wrestlers: “Obviously in anybody’s mind, any type of failure, whether it be to yourself or the fans or management, is something that you don’t want to encounter and if you can keep yourself out of it then that’s always a consideration if you’re a smart person...
Bill Goldberg told The Ross Report that he committed to the University of Georgia after being handed a bottle of Wild Turkey on top of a bar in Athens.
The Bill Goldberg returning to WWE rumors are heating up once again. A few days after it was reported that there was interest from both parties, more details have leaked about potential plans which would be much bigger than originally thought for the former WCW champion.
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, it’s said that Bill Goldberg definitely has interest in doing a match at Wrestlemania 31 if the right deal could be made. Of course, the right deal would mean a limited work schedule, good pay, and the right opponent. Bill Goldberg is content with his career overall, but has publicly stated in the past that he would be interested...
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