Last Updated: 30 Sep, 2023 | Views: 278
Other Profession(s): Actor, Football player
Higher Education: University of Georgia, USA
Famous American professional wrestler Bill Goldberg was born in Oklahoma. William Scott Goldberg, better known by his ring name Bill Goldberg, was one of the most admired and well-known professional wrestlers of the 1990s. The most well-known element of "Goldberg," as he went by in the ring, is his historic unbeaten streak between 1997 and 1998. Furthermore, this marked Goldberg's professional wrestling career's zenith. He entered the ring mostly accidentally because he wanted to play American football.
He co-starred with Adam Sandler in the 2005 film "The Longest Yard," and in the 2007 thriller "Half Past Dead 2," he was visible.
Goldberg's accomplishments from 1997 to 1998 are still unmatched because he played over 173 games without losing a match. This, however, has frequently been disputed. They did not make a bid for Goldberg when the WWF took over WCW.
Goldberg was initially signed by the Los Angeles Ramos in 1990, and he later played with the National Football League's Atlanta Falcons and Sacramento Gold Miners.
Goldberg relocated to the Carolina Panthers, but an injury ended his aspirations of a football career.
Achievements and Awards:
Goldberg has won the World Championship twice, the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, and one WCW World Tag Team Championship.
In Oceanside, California, Goldberg is the owner and manager of the Extreme Power Gym.
Goldberg enjoys collecting automobiles and finds historic cars to be fascinating. He has about 25 classic cars in his collection.
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