#2 Posted on 2.1.03 0615.54 Reposted on: 2.1.10 0617.29
A quick perusal of imdb.com produced the following for everyone's favourite Canadian Legend career killer :
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003) WCW Sin (2001) (V) .... Himself Ready to Rumble (2000/I) .... Himself
WCW Road Wild '99 (1999) (V) .... Himself Universal Soldier: The Return (1999) .... Romeo, UniSol 2500 ... aka Universal Soldier II (1999) (USA: informal alternative title) ... aka Universal Soldier IV (1999) (USA: informal alternative title) Jesse Ventura Story, The (1999) (TV) .... Luger WCW Souled Out (1999) (V) .... Himself "WCW Thunder" (1998) TV Series .... Himself "WCW Monday Nitro" (1995) TV Series .... Himself (1997-2001) ... aka "World Championship Wrestling Monday Nitro" (1995) (USA) "WCW Saturday Night" (1991) TV Series .... Himself (1997-2000) ... aka "WCW Saturday Morning" (2000) (USA: new title)
So that's a grand total of 2 (count 'em) films 'starring' (ahem) Bill. Wow, I bet Leo DiCaprio's bobbing his whacks.
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#8 Posted on 2.1.03 1301.43 Reposted on: 2.1.10 1301.50
Originally posted by redsoxnationAnd, when Crockett ran things, they would list the credits at the end of the show. Remember the good old days when they would list Executive Producer: Virgil Runnels. Kayfabe? Whats that?
Seeing that was my first brush with smarkdom as a kid.I used to impress my friends by telling them that was Dustys real name because i read it in PWI....lol. Then I remember thinking "Why does Dusty have to come back as Midnight Rider?" HE OWNS THE SHOW!
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#9 Posted on 2.1.03 1520.16 Reposted on: 2.1.10 1529.02
If Goldberg speared Maury, hit him with the jackhammer, and then roared at the camera, I would have watched. (And hopefully it would have *really* hurt Povich and his nasty, white and black-trash-exploiting ass would be gone forever.)
#10 Posted on 3.1.03 1216.15 Reposted on: 3.1.10 1219.13
Originally posted by DMCIf Goldberg speared Maury, hit him with the jackhammer, and then roared at the camera, I would have watched. (And hopefully it would have *really* hurt Povich and his nasty, white and black-trash-exploiting ass would be gone forever.)
Funny how Billy has no problem going on such a quality day time show, but finds Vince's product morally repulsive. Oh wait, Billy's a hypocrite. Never mind.
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#11 Posted on 3.1.03 1407.02 Reposted on: 3.1.10 1407.55
Hold on, Bill went on the show to make the day of a special child. It's one thing to not like the guy but at least don't condemn him for doing a good deed.
"-Bill Goldberg appeared on yesterday's "Maury Povich Show" yesterday. Torch Team Contributor Mallory Mahling filed the following report: The Maury Povich New Year's Day show was all about making New Year's wishes come true for some special children, such as Christina, a pretty 10-year-old girl who suffers from severe eczema. Maury had discovered she is a big wrestling fan who lists Goldberg and the Rock among her favorites. WWE sent the girl an enormous goodie basket of autographed photos, merchandise and other surprises. But Maury had one more surprise for her. It was none other than Goldberg himself, who came out to a pretty good pop from the crowd (he teasingly chided the audience for not clapping loud enough). Goldberg said he was sorry he didn't work work for WWE (since they'd provided the goodie basket), but his mere presence had the little girl smiling and crying at the same time. Maury put over Goldberg's Japanese wrestling career, as well as the fact that he's now dabbling in acting. He was extremely gracious (big old teddy bear came to mind) and said he was glad Maury had given him the opportunity to meet one of his heroes. He also mentioned his work with the National Humane Society, which led to the icing on the cake when he presented the youngster with a Pomeranian puppy, which she promptly named "Goldie." It was a truly heartwarming appearance."