Despite being two biggest Superstars of WWE, Bill Goldberg and Stone Cold ‘Steve Austin’ never fought. Know why the dream match-up never became a reality. If we are talking about Bill Goldberg contemporaries, Stone Cold ’Steve Austin’ is one of the names that will pop up for sure
WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg has been a part of numerous iconic bouts throughout his entire WWE career. Bill Goldberg fought Sting, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair and Bret ‘The Hit Man’ Hart during his reign in World Championship Wrestling and evolved as one of the most feared men inside the WWE ring.
The iconic wrestler had a 173-match win streak in his very first year for the business and Goldberg went on to become a Superstar of the industry.
If we are talking about contemporaries, Stone Cold ’Steve Austin’ is one of the names that will pop up for sure. The Texas wrestler holds his separate position in WWE and despite being a dream match for WWE fans, Stone Cold vs Goldberg never happened. Let us know why it didn’t happen.
After dominating the WCW era, Goldberg made his RAW debut in September 2013 and immediately challenged The Rock. Since then, Goldberg went against some of the best wrestlers of WWE with the likes of Triple H, The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Shawn Michaels, Batista and Randy Orton but never crossed his ways with Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Goldberg has finally revealed the actual reason which blocked this dream match-up from taking place. In a video released by Fanatics View, Goldberg claimed that Stone Cold was hurt and his neck was really screwed up. According to Goldberg, his match-up with Stone Cold was a huge opportunity that WWE never capitalised since WWE didn’t want to see Stone Cold lose. Take a look at Goldberg explaining the reason at length.
Stone Cold and Goldberg are undoubtedly two of the greatest wrestler to enter the ring without clashing against each other. However, in September, Stone Cold said that he still feels that one match is left inside him and WWE fans might see a ‘Stone Cold Stunner’ again. Now, it’s upon WWE and those two great men to decide whether the dream match will ever take place or not.