Riddle is one-half of the RAW Tag Team Champions with Randy Orton. Riddle has never been the one to shy away from expressing his dislike for Goldberg, and has dragged the WWE Hall of Famer for being unsafe in the ring on multiple occasions.
Riddle once spoke about the tense meeting he had with Goldberg backstage at SummerSlam 2019. The King of Bros said Goldberg caught him while he was trying to take a peek inside his locker room, and noted that the two walked away from the situation after exchanging several words.
Randy Orton worked with Goldberg during his feud with Evolution in 2003. The two crossed paths on numerous occasions inside the ring. Goldberg has even credited Orton for making him look good in their encounters.
That being said, Orton took a shot at Goldberg when he dragged the former WCW World Heavyweight Champion for taking the spotlight away from full-time performers in 2019. Safe to say that Orton isn’t a fan of the idea that part-timers should make more money than him.
Seth Rollins is arguably the best worker in the WWE at the moment. His back-to-back PPV matches with Cody Rhodes are nothing short of excellent. The Visionary has received praise from fans and peers alike for his in-ring performance and character work.
Much like Orton, Rollins expressed his frustration with Goldberg winning the Universal Championship from the Fiend in a matter of minutes. Rollins joined the rant against Goldberg on Twitter and lamented that had he hit a jackhammer he would’ve pinned the Fiend at Hell in a Cell in 2019.
There’s a reason why they call Punk the voice of the voiceless. The Chicago native is known to speak his mind regardless of the outcome. Over the years, Punk has gone on record against the likes of Triple H, Kevin Nash and Shawn Michaels.
While Punk did not mention Goldberg by name, he regretted that fact that the WWE Hall of Famer was making all the Saudi money while Bret Hart, whose career was cut short by Goldberg himself, was living in retirement due to, well, Goldberg.
Speaking of Bret Hart, the Hitman remains one of Goldberg’s biggest critics to this day. Bret hasn’t forgotten the kick that knocked him off of his career, courtesy of Mr. You’re Next!, at WCW’s Starrcade pay-per-view event in 1999.
Most recently, Bret Hart expressed his bitterness towards Goldberg and admitted that there will always remain a “sore spot” in his heart for his former WCW colleague during an interview with Lucha Libre Online.