• “It was the perfect time to do it” – Goldberg On His Major Loss
During his appearance on this week’s WWE’s The Bump show, WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg promoted the upcoming WWE Untold special on his 173-0 WCW streak.
Goldberg said Kevin Nash was the right guy and it was the perfect time to do it as the streak was losing momentum.
Here’s what Goldberg said:
“I’ve been pissed off in my answers a number of times. That’s childish. The fact is that Kevin Nash was the perfect guy to do it at the time. It was the perfect time to do it. I think the streak was losing momentum. Who am I as a professional wrestler to give my opinion? I’m not a booker, you know I’m just a guy who takes the story and tries to act it out in front of the crowd.”
“I will put it to rest. At the end of the day, it doesn’t’ matter. I’m all good with it. It needed to be done, but damnit, did it need to happen on my birthday?”
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• Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 45th birthday of Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Steve Bradley (Real name: Steven Bisson).
Steve Bradley was signed to a World Wrestling Federation contract from 1998 till 2002, but didn’t make it to WWF TV in those years and only competed in dark matches and at House Shows.
During those years, he was sent to various official WWF developmental territories such as Memphis Power Pro Wrestling, Ohio Valley Wrestling, Memphis Championship Wrestling and Heartland Wrestling Association.
In 1999, Bradley trained with then upcoming Superstar Kurt Angle under the guidance of coach “Dr. of Desire” Tom Prichard.
When Angle was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017, he mentioned Steve Bradley and thanked him for being an unsung hero.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE
December 10, 1975 – December 4, 2008