- Next week, WWE will release a DVD and Blu-ray highlighting the career of Bill Goldberg, Goldberg – The Ultimate Collection. He is perhaps best known for his 173-0 undefeated streak in World Championship Wrestling in 1998. In anticipation of the video release, the official WWE website has published an article looking back at the five wrestlers who hold the distinction of having pinned Goldberg in singles matches.
All five individuals were world champions. They are Kevin Nash at the 1998 Starrcade pay-per-view event, Bret Hart on the October 25, 1999 episode of WCW Monday Nitro, Booker T on the July 24, 2000 episode of WCW Monday Nitro, Scott Steiner at the 2000 Fall Brawl pay-per-view event, and Triple H at the 2003 SummerSlam.
To access WWE.com’s article, click here.
- Promoting tonight’s Raw in Biloxi, Mississippi at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Damien Sandow spoke to SunHerald.com. The Money in the Bank winner says WWE currently has a “pre-Wrestlemania feel.”
“Things are starting to heat up. It’s one of the most volatile times in the WWE. You’ve got Triple H and Randy Orton against Daniel Bryan, Stephanie McMahon against the Rhodes family. It has a feel of being on the ledge. Who knows what will happen when we get to Biloxi? I’m looking forward to it,” said Sandow.
Sandow began his professional wrestling career in 2001 and was trained by WWE Hall of Famer Killer Kowalski at the Chaotic Training Center in Massachusetts, which he dubs “the Harvard of pro wrestling schools.”
“I use a lot of Killer Kowalski’s influences in the ring that I didn’t know until I got to the WWE,” said Sandow. “I think that’s pretty cool.”
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