5 forgotten Goldberg moments: WWE List This!

5 forgotten Goldberg moments: WWE List This!


Remember Goldberg beating Brock Lesnar
in one minute and 24 seconds? Of course you do. We just talked about it last week. What about Goldberg pinning
Hollywood Hogan in the Georgia Dome? Well that clip’s in every
Goldberg highlight reel. But here are five Goldberg
moments you might not remember. Hollywood Hogan was the most
despised competitor in WCW during the Monday Night War, and the leader of the original NWO was
often at odds with Goldberg and Sting. But in late summer of 1999,
Hogan was different. And that change sparked a rivalry
with former NWO ally, Kevin Nash, leading into the Road Wild pay per view. On the final WCW Nitro before
the rivals faced off for the WCW title, Nash, Sid Vicious and Rick Steiner jumped
the Hulkster on his way to an interview. Before Nash could crush Hogan with a
jackknife power bomb though, Goldberg and Sting came to the aid of
their longtime rival. The three icons stood tall in the ring and
issued a challenge for a six-man tag team match that night. Hogan ditched the black and
white for the red and yellow and the Dream Team stood tall. [MUSIC] As you might know, Goldberg played for the
NFL’s Atlanta Falcons from 1992 to 1994. But he wasn’t the only NFL alum in WCW. Steve Mongo McMichael played from 1980
to 1994, with multiple franchises, but most notably, Mongo was
the starting defensive tackle for the 1985 Super Bowl champions,
the Chicago Bears. And Mongo made sure everyone in
WCW knew he had a Super Bowl ring. But at Halloween Havoc 1997, McMichael’s
estranged wife, Deborah, enlisted Goldberg to take out Mongo and in return,
she presented Goldberg with the ring. When Goldberg and Mongo finally collided
in the WWE hall of famer’s first pay per view bout at Starcade 1997,
Goldberg dominated.>>One, two, three, Goldberg wins. [SOUND]
>>On the December 23rd, 1999 episode of WCW Thunder, Goldberg suffered an injury while
smashing several windows on a limousine. Fast forward to May, the man had
been out of action for months, but a Goldberg-themed monster truck started
to cause all sorts of havoc in WCW, like running over a car with
Rick Steiner and Tank Abbott inside. But no one knew who was driving. The truck returned at the end of May, but this time there was no question
who was behind the wheel. Goldberg emerged from the truck and
saved Kevin Nash from a beat down. That’s crucial for the next part. At the Great American Bash
two weeks later, the odds were stacked against Nash in his
match against WWE champion Jeff Jarrett, but then the Goldberg monster
truck arrived for justice. Everyone scattered, only for
Goldberg to spear Nash, helping Jarrett retain the title and revealing that he was in cahoots
with Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo. [MUSIC] The stars were out when WCW Nitro
came to Dallas on January 25, 1999. Dallas Stars winger Brett Hull who would
go on to win the Stanley Cup that year, former Dallas Cowboy Herschel Walker and
noted tough guys, Chuck Norris and John Claude Van Damme were ringside
to watch Goldberg in action. And he did not disappoint against
the 300-pound Scott Norton. Goldberg overpowered Norton, then fended
off members of the NWO after the bell. The stars rushed to the ring
to stand by Goldberg’s side, daring the NWO to come back and test them. Obviously, no one took them up on the
offer because why would anyone wanna mess with Chuck Norris? You might remember Goldberg helping
to cost Brock Lesnar the WWE championship at No Way Out 2004, but
that moment almost didn’t happen. Goldberg was watching the show from
the front row before Paul Heyman and Lesnar came to the ring to
taunt the WWE hall of famer.>>So you sit there and
be the [BLEEP] that you are.>>Sit down. You stay there.>>Goldberg hopped the barricade, got into the ring and
dropped the Beast with a jackhammer. Security jumped on Goldberg and
put him in handcuffs. But apparently, those cuffs weren’t strong
enough to stop Goldberg from coming back in the main event. That’s our list. Which of these was your
favorite Goldberg moment? Let us know in the comments below. Until next time, thanks for
watching List This.

100 Replies to “5 forgotten Goldberg moments: WWE List This!”

  1. best Goldberg moment ever? i say when he put the Big Show through the ring with the jackhammer. the whole ring collapsed!

  2. Golberg is my favorite alltime wcw/wwf/wwe player from 3 decade's what is a astonishing achievement from a superhero

  3. His moments in the ring cannot be forgotten.. it's all worth more than gold and platinum… Specially while beating lesner, hhh, Ric flair and his all spear.. and jack hammer..

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