Bruno Sammartino At WM29 & RAW, Rock’s New Movie Reviewed, Goldberg

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- Future WWE Hall of Famer will be appearing at not just the Hall of Fame ceremony on Saturday 4/6, but also the WrestleMania 29 pay-per-view and WWE RAW the following night.

– WWE’s announcement of of WrestleMania XXX heading to New Orleans in April 2014 got a ton of local media coverage.

The Hollywood Reporter has a review of ’s new film Snitch, which hits theaters February 22nd. Their ‘Bottom Line’ calls the film, “A serious-minded, well-made yarn of a father’s risky descent into the drug underworld to save his son.”

– Bill re-tweeted the following comment from a fan regarding :

  • fatneal

    i hope goldbergs comments were in the spirit of his character because he was the most over wrestling noob in the history of the sport…hes not allowed to critique talent

    • wwetnadudez

      Lot more talented then Ryback, not that I don’t like Ryback.

      • Steve

        actually Goldberg was not that talanted as a wrestler, he just had the IT factor, which Ryback does not. i remember watching Goldberg, just waiting for the spear and jackhammer. he had the aura that made me believe that he will actually almost kill his opponents. Ryback just does not have that aura

        • wwetnadudez

          Talent doesn’t really count for just wrestling, maybe thats just my opinion but it also affects how you can play with the audience, draw etc.

          • Liukangstoupee

            Really? Then guys like Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin, Kurt Angle and many of the biggest stars wouldn’t have amounted to anything. Those were the guys who were first and foremost talented wrestlers before they became the sports entertainers you know of today.

          • wwetnadudez

            They were talented but they had the major advantage of being able to fill buildings, go on the mic and were athletic, being a talented wrestler just made them go to a whole different level

      • fatneal

        thats extremely debatable whether or not goldberg is more talented…more athletic sure but talented my opinion its a coke vs pepsi arguement

        • wwetnadudez

          I mean really if you talk about athletic Vs. Wrestler you could make that comment about 2/3 of the wrestlers to have entered the industry.

          • fatneal

            im not understanding your point…when the word talent is involved athleticism doesnt have much to do with that

          • wwetnadudez

            Lol sorry, kinda hard to word what i was thinking.

    • http://twitter.com/JJayerson Jay Jayerson

      Jesus I was starting to think I was the only one who wasnt a mark for Goldberg. The guy stinks. He has 3 moves and a growl. He retired Bret Hart because he botched a move. No charisma on the mic. Everyone always carried HIM in their matches. Who on earth with any inkling of good taste would be a Goldberg fan?

      • fatneal

        i was a goldberg mark like everyone else but im not oblivious to the fact he was a pooltable…twice as square and twice as green in the industry

  • wwetnadudez

    Lol that was actually funny

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Randy-James-Crawford/100001407556559 Randy James Crawford

    Ryback is a monster, Goldberg was an athletic freaking badass, even The Rock said he was a badass.

  • moody1

    If you don’t think Goldberg and Warrior are the best ever, ask them. They will tell you. Biggest self-marks in the biz.

    • fatneal

      lol agreed…bret hart and honky tonk man says hi

  • GeniusKing

    Ryback’s image has already been tarnished as opposed to Goldberg on several levels… Ryback has already been defeated over and over, as opposed to Goldberg’s strong undefeated streak. Ryback started out as some lower mid-card f**k calling himself “Skip Sheffield.” Goldberg never misrepresented himself and had WAY more charisma than Ryback will ever have. Goldberg vs. Ryback would be HUGE for Wrestlemania!!

    • fatneal

      what streak? you do know goldbergs streak was a made up number right?…goldberg was a washed up football player who knew nothing about the industry and often was to emotionally invested in his work thats why some wrestler say it was hard to work with him…i think your giving goldberg a little too much credit sir