Goldberg’s contributions to the pro wrestling world do not need any introduction. The WWE Hall of Famer truly became a household name during his time in WCW. Goldberg previously admitted that he regretted not appreciating pro wrestling in the past, in fact, he doesn’t really watch any of his performances.
Bill Goldberg started his career back in 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 The Rich Eisen Show, Goldberg revealed that he does not like to watch his own matches or performances. He admitted to being critical of himself.
“No [I have not watched my A&E/WWE Biography episode]. I’ll be honest with you, I don’t really like to watch anything that I’ve, quote unquote, ‘performed in.’ But I have seen excerpts, and you know, barring myself tearing up a little bit, I was quite entertained before I had to turn it off. So, you know, like I said, I don’t like to watch anything that I’m in, actually. I’m always quite critical of myself, whether it’s a documentary or whether it’s a live performance. I’m just that meathead that always likes perfection.”
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. His contract was reportedly up, supposedly making him a free agent. Fans might not want him back either, but they will likely pop like crazy if his music ever ramps up again on WWE television.
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