Goldberg praises Riddle's attitude



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Goldberg praises Riddle's attitude

Over the past few years, Matt Riddle has attracted some dislikes in WWE circles, two above all, they are two real living legends: Bill Goldberg and Brock Lesnar. During several shows filmed by the cameras and microphones of the WWE, but also through the private videos of BroMan himself, Riddle wanted to tease both The Beast and Da Man in every way, sending both on a rampage, since their characters, in that juncture, they weren't even used by the McMahon-owned federation.

The face-to-face clash between Riddle and Brock Lesnar that happened backstage at the Royal Rumble is also well known when Lesnar had gone face to face with Riddle to ask the athlete (then in NXT), to stop talking about him.

Apparently, Bill Goldberg also had to deal with him on a couple of occasions, with the two WWE legends who managed to keep calm, without ending up in the hands.

Goldberg opens up on Riddle

In his latest interview with DAZN, WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg wanted to say how things really are between him and Riddle, also giving a lot of compliments to the alteta now in a very complicated phase together.

to Randy Orton, in the rings of Monday Night Raw: "The guy is putting in a lot of hard work and then more hard work and he is dedicating himself body and soul to the business, he is dedicating his life to it. Whether I love him or hate him as a human being, I still have to understand and appreciate his passion for business and ethics at work.

Because he works hard and I appreciate him both as an athlete and as a human being. Does he have any head shots from time to time? Absolutely. But that's how he is. This is his character, just as this is mine." Apparently, after a long time, the hatchet between Da Man and the BroMan would have been buried.

Now it is only necessary to know what mood and thought Brock Lesnar is instead , on this specific topic. Speaking to Sony Sports India, Riddle gave his thoughts on Goldberg and how they have a difference in opinion: "I'll say this.

I had my interaction with Goldberg, bumped into each other, he's not my bro, I get it, you're not my bro. I kept calling him bro and he didn't like that whatever, you know me, I'm not the best listener. Then I talked to him after the match, we had a disagreement, you know, I think he has the belief...

and it worked for him... all he needs is a couple of moves in wrestling to be one of the best, and he has the Spear and the Jackhammer. My philosophy is you gotta be good at everything, you gotta talk, you gotta be able to walk, you gotta be able to grapple, you gotta be able to suplex, you gotta be able to do it all, so we disagree on that."