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it.GOLDBERG was the World Heavy Weight Champion.GOLDBERG was in the movie named The Longest Yard with Adam Sandler,Chris Rock,Steve
Austin and Kevin Nash.That was a funny mavie,I hope you get a chance to see it.
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Monday night, Goldberg accepted a challenge to face "Hollywood" Hogan and The Giant in a tag team match, along with
Kevin Nash as his partner. The match started out with Nash against The Giant. After a mid-ring collision, both men reached
their corners, allowing a Goldberg - Hogan matchup. The two exchanged blows, but as they did so, the troops came out and stormed
the ring, followed closely by Konnan and Lex Luger. After a long melee, Goldberg speared and Jackhammered Curt Hennig for
a three count (don't ask). Goldberg was holding an nWo member for Nash to knee, when the member(can't remeber who) ducked,
causing Nash to hit Goldberg. Heated words ensued. The battle insued until DDP, Roddy Piper and the Warrior cleared the ring.
Bill Goldberg is one of professional wrestling’s biggest superstars, a bruising, spandex-wearing headliner on par
with the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock. To his thousands of fans and the press, Goldberg, as he’s
called in the ring, is also known as "the Jewish Wrestler." Two years ago, The Washington Post dubbed the bald giant
"a David in Goliath’s shoes"--"a hulking (6 feet 4, 285 pounds), neckless, ripping son of Jacob."
After an injury ended his football career as a lineman with the Los Angeles Rams and the Atlanta Falcons in 1994, Goldberg
joined World Championship Wrestling. Within 18 months, he shot to the top with a 176-0 record, eventually beating Hulk Hogan
for the WCW title. Goldberg became a star attraction, the reason kids tuned into TNT’s "Monday Nitro."
Sidelined by contract negotiations since the World Wrestling Federation bought out the WCW in March, Goldberg is looking
for a suitable movie role. Though he has written a book, "I’m Next: The Strange Journey of America’s
Most Unlikely Superhero," he has recently refused to talk to the media. In this exclusive interview, Goldberg breaks
his silence to talk to Beliefnet about religion and his status as a Jewish athlete and role model.
In your book, your father, a Harvard-educated doctor, says, “‘Jewish wrestler’ is as oxymoronic
as ‘fresh frozen jumbo shrimp.’” How did a nice Jewish boy like you wind up in professional
Well, nine times out of ten people consider a nice little Jewish boy the kid who grows up and sits behind a desk preparing
your taxes. I’ve certainly broken that stereotype in many ways. But let’s be honest--you have to question
the sanity of anybody who enters professional wrestling, not just nice little Jewish boys like me. It’s a grueling
Your father characterized you as a “professional wrestler who happens also to be Jewish.” But you
deliberately chose to make your Jewishness central to your wrestling identity.