Former WWE star reveals that Goldberg did not want to defeat him



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Former WWE star reveals that Goldberg did not want to defeat him

Bill Goldberg represents one of WWE's historic wrestlers and even today, although he has a part-time role, he manages to carve out a leading role with the company of Vince McMahon. We haven't seen the wrestler in the ring for some time but weekly interesting news about the future of the wrestler arrives.

Former WWE superstar Rodney Mack revealed a curious anecdote about Bill and their feud back in 2003. Mack had teamed up with well-known WWE character Teddy Long as a member of the Thuggin & Buggin Enterprises faction and their faction defeated several White-skinned wrestlers in strange and peculiar 'White Boy Challenge' Their adventure ended with a defeat against Goldberg in the episode of Raw on June 23, 2003.

Goldberg lived in his house in Bonsall, California

Speaking in an interview with Wrestling.inc Mack's Nick Hausman revealed that Goldberg was quite reluctant to defeat him and that he explained his behavior behind the scenes and backstage.

Here are his words: "It was really fantastic to work with Bill Goldberg. He is a good guy and I remember arriving in the WWE locker room he was one of the first I met. We immediately got on well and agreed although I must say it was easy to do so, I remember we had the streak and he didn't want to end my streak, I explained that it wasn't a decision I could really afford to make.

He believed it didn't make sense to finish my winning streak at that moment and he remembered that he also talked about it to those in charge. He defended me a lot and really, I have nothing but positive things to say about him.

I would have liked to work in some particular Angle with him, I think we could have really made money and business together." In reality, the challenge between Bill Goldberg and Rodney Mack lasted only 26 seconds with the strong wrestler who hit his opponent with the Jackhammer and quickly obtained a very fast victory.

Until October 2019, Goldberg lived in his house in Bonsall, California, which he purchased in 2001. He had purchased a mansion in 2001, which was the Mediterranean in style. The home was a large one set on 17.5 acres and was 4600 square feet.

It also had a large swimming pool. Bonsall, California is located 15 miles north of San Diego, California. Goldberg also has a large car collection as a result of which he had a 20 car garage. When he listed it for sale, the mansion was valued at $3.2 million.