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“A total and complete disaster” – 2x WWE Hall of Famer On A Potential Goldberg vs. Wardlow Match

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• “A total and complete disaster” – 2x WWE Hall of Famer On A Potential Goldberg vs. Wardlow Match

During a recent episode of his weekly ‘Hall of Fame’ podcast, 2-time WWE Hall of Famer Booker T stated his opinion on a rumored match between AEW powerhouse wrestler Wardlow (who is the current TNT Champion) and former WCW World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg, who is currently a Free Agent.

Here’s what Booker T said about the potential match:

“No, not for me. It’s great on paper. It’s something I could see headlining the marquee, I could see that.

But, I’m talking about what could happen in an actual match between Wardlow and Goldberg.

That could be a disaster, a total and complete disaster.

I would not recommend this match.”

The former Harlem Heat member was then asked about the perfect opponent for Goldberg, if Tony Khan really manages to bring him in.

Here’s what Booker T replied:

“Darby Allin. Goldberg can beat him up and get out there. That would be my pick.”

Goldberg wrestled his last match to date in February 2022, when he unsuccessfully challenged Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship at the WWE Elimination Chamber 2022 pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia.

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• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 60th birthday of Old School WWF Legend The Big Boss Man (Real name: Ray Traylor).

The Big Boss Man most famously wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1988 until 1993, including a Tag Team run with Akeem as The Twin Towers between ’88 and ’90.

Traylor also wrestled for the rival companies UWF/NWA(JCP)/WCW under the names of Big Bubba Rogers, The Guardian Angel, The Boss and also under his real name.

In 2016 The Boss Man was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his 1988-1990 WWF manager Slick.


May 2, 1963 – September 22, 2004

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