Goldberg rose to prominence in WCW, where he made a lasting impact and earned a reputation as a dominant wrestler. After a brief hiatus from the sport, he eventually joined WWE and re-established himself as a top competitor. Despite having previously expressed regret for not fully committing to wrestling earlier in his career, he has since made amends by returning to the ring as a part-time performer. Despite his numerous championship victories, Goldberg has a lot of flaws to him as well. In fact, MJF said that Goldberg has panic attacks when cutting promos.

After a 12-year absence, Goldberg made a highly anticipated return to the ring at WWE Survivor Series in 2016 to face Brock Lesnar. His first appearance in WWE was equally impactful, as he made a formidable debut in 2003 by defeating The Rock with ease. Goldberg went on to capture the World Heavyweight Championship, but his title reign was largely forgettable.

The WWE Hall Of Famer is known for his intensity and destructive offence in short bursts. While Goldberg’s intensity is often reflected in his moveset and sometimes on the mic, fans agree with the fact that his promos are not always the best.

While speaking on WTF with Marc Mero, MJF shared his thoughts on pro wrestling veterans, including Goldberg. MJF stated that he loves Goldberg but then added that he believes Goldberg has a panic attack whenever he cuts promos.

“If you’re a Jew, you love MJF. Because, if you think about it, I’m really the first prolific world champion that just so happens to be Jewish in the history of the business that is good at talking and wrestling. [I] love Bill Goldberg to death, but [if] you put a mic in front of his mouth, he kind of has a bit of a panic attack.”

Goldberg made a ton of money from this WrestleMania 20 match. Goldberg also confirmed he will wrestle again. We will have to wait and see whether will make his WWE return this year.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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