• Goldberg Claims WWE Was Never Fully Behind Him
During a recent interview on the Roman Atwood podcast, Old School WCW Legend Bill Goldberg claimed that WWE was never fully behind him, because they always viewed him as the face of their #1 enemy, their rival promotion during the Monday Night Wars – WCW.
Goldberg used to be the No.1 babyface of Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1998, back when both companies (WWF & WCW) were absolutely on fire and produced high ratings that haven’t been seen or heard from for 20+ years now.
Here’s what the former WCW World Heavyweight Champion said about his relationship with WWE:
“My relationship with WWE has never been a 100% on the up and up because I worked for a company that was competing against them in the Monday Night Wars, and I had the Title, right? So I don’t expect them ever to treat me like one of their own. I just don’t.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 22, 2000) – WWF No Mercy 2000
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 22, 2000, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF No Mercy 2000’ LIVE on PPV from the Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York.
This pay-per-view featured the in-ring return of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, after missing an entire year due to an injury.
Here are the results from that night:
The Dudley Boyz won The Dudley Boyz Invitational Tables match
The APA & Lita wrestled T&A & Trish Stratus to a no-contest
Steel Cage: Chris Jericho defeated X-Pac
Right to Censor defeated Billy Gunn & Chyna
No Holds Barred: Stone Cold Steve Austin wrestled Rikishi to a no-contest
WWF European Championship: William Regal (c) defeated Naked Mideon
WWF Tag Team Championship: Los Conquistadores defeated The Hardy Boyz (c)
Triple H defeated Chris Benoit
No DQ – WWF Championship: Kurt Angle defeated The Rock (c)