Goldberg’s contributions to the pro wrestling world do not need any introduction. Goldberg truly became a household name during his time in WCW. Goldberg previously admitted that he regretted not appreciating pro wrestling in the past. It turns out that Eric Bischoff wasn’t a big fan of his either.
Bill Goldberg started his career back in WCW during the late 90s and cemented himself as an unstoppable force there. His legendary undefeated streak truly made him a star as well.
While speaking on his After 83 Weeks show, WWE Hall Of Famer Eric Bischoff talked about working with Goldberg in WCW. Bischoff admitted that he was miserable working with Goldberg.
“On a business level, Bill Goldberg. It wasn’t that way in the beginning, I loved working with him in the beginning. But, once he got a hold of Henry Holmes or Henry Holmes got a hold of him, and Barry Bloom, that was miserable. That was miserable – and there was no fun part to it.
It’s not like, Kevin Nash, when he and I would go head-to-head, it was messy, we’d have a beer and we’d get over it. We came to a good place. I loved that process. But there are certain times when you get into that same type of situation when it’s nothing but blood and knucles and guts and teeth and sh*t, and nothing good comes out of it. It’s not a two-way street.”
Goldberg has not been seen on WWE television since his loss to Roman Reigns earlier this year. We will have to wait and see if he will make his return to WWE television anytime soon. Fans might not want him back either by the looks of it.
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