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“I don’t think WWE ever wanted me to be the champion for more than 10 minutes” – Goldberg

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• “I don’t think WWE ever wanted me to be the champion for more than 10 minutes” – Goldberg

Old School WCW Legend Bill Goldberg was recently interviewed on an episode of the Roman Atwood podcast, where he spoke about several topics, including his first WWE run (2003-2004).

Goldberg said WWE wasn’t interested in making him champion for more than 10 minutes:

“I think at WCW I was the World Champion for a while. WWE, I don’t think they ever wanted me to be the champion for more than like 10 minutes. Although I’m still in a contract, sorry guys.”

Also during this interview, Goldberg revealed that he broke his hand backstage before his segment with Stone Cold Steve Austin:

“Stephanie (McMahon) came up to me backstage one night and said, ‘I heard you’ve been headbutting the doors.’ I’m like, ‘Yeah, that’s how I’ve got to be me.’ She goes, ‘I don’t want you headbutting doors anymore.’

I wanted to make sure that I was following her orders, they knock on my door. Wham! I punch the door and broke my hand. I never told them about it. So then, what am I going to do? ‘Time out!’ It’s freaking live television. So, I punch the door. They’re on the other side of the door, they don’t know what’s going on.

I wear these gloves, right? So, fortunately, I grabbed my glove and pulled my hand back out so I could move it. And I go, ‘Okay, let’s go to the ring.’ So I went to the ring, I grab the rope and I fell. And it was the night Steve Austin and I met for the first time, I think, and we did the beer bash.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 80th birthday of Old School WWF Legend Pedro Morales.

Pedro Morales was the first ever ‘Triple Crown Winner’, as he was the first wrestler to win the WWWF/WWF World Heavyweight Championship, the WWF Intercontinental Championship and the WWF World Tag Team Championship.

Morales wrestled for the World Wide Wrestling Federation from 1970 until 1975 and then again for the now renamed World Wrestling Federation from 1980 till he retired in 1987.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

October 22, 1942 – February 12, 2019

        
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