Vince Russo comments on Goldberg's return
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 977
The match between Goldberg and Bobby Lashley at SummerSlam did not have a definite winner. The former Universal champion was unable to compete at his best due to an injury, having had to undergo the joint assaults of 'The All Mighty' and MVP.
Gage (Bill's son) attempted to stop the brutal assault on his father, but Lashley didn't spare him by giving him a tremendous Hurt Lock. Goldberg has absolutely not forgotten those images, suggesting that the feud between the two would continue in the coming months.
In the past few weeks, Bobby has lost the WWE title at the hands of Big E, who successfully cashed in the Money in the Bank briefcase. During the latest edition of 'Legion of RAW' on Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo commented on the recent segment starring Goldberg on Raw.
Vince Russo opens up on Goldberg
“I understand that WWE is trying to give a new connotation to the storyline between Goldberg and Bobby Lashley. We understand that Bill is no longer interested in the WWE Championship now, he just wants to kill his opponent.
The reason is Bobby's brutal assault on Goldberg's son at SummerSlam. This type of narration could also be fine, but there is a problem that should not be underestimated. WWE has waited too long for Bill to return to Raw, as it's been four weeks since the pay-per-view.
How come Bill didn't show up earlier if he was so angry?" analyzed Vince Russo. Vince also talked about the reunification of the Hurt Business: "I don't think it was weird, I think it was bad. Now we have Hurt Business again, but there is no logical reason to justify this choice.
The segments that led to the reunification of the stable were extremely chaotic, I even saw the faces behave like heels". The Hurt Business had enjoyed considerable success during the ThunderDome era, but the first cracks were already in sight at WrestleMania 37.
The breakup had come in the March 29 episode of Raw. Until October 2019, Goldberg lived in his house in Bonsall, California, which he purchased in 2001. He had purchased a mansion in 2001. 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.