He had two losses to Hart, actually - one in the World Title tournament before Mayhem where Hall & Nash ran in, and another for the title when Hart joined the nWo. He also lost a house show match to Hector Guerrero before popping up on TV the first time, so it's actually 4. Then again, it's FAKE after all, so the numbers are far from trustworthy.
Originally posted by JubukiHe had two losses to Hart, actually - one in the World Title tournament before Mayhem where Hall & Nash ran in, and another for the title when Hart joined the nWo. He also lost a house show match to Hector Guerrero before popping up on TV the first time, so it's actually 4. Then again, it's FAKE after all, so the numbers are far from trustworthy.
The Hector Guerrero job never happened. It was to Chad Fortune (formerly of Tekno Team 2000)
If you count tag matches, he also lost to Bagwell and Luger at SIN 2001. The really sad thing about is that among Luger,No-Sold-Berg, and Buffy, Buffy might actually be the most talented of the three. Oh wait, Judy is more talented than all of them combined, explains that legendary World Tag Team Title Reign of hers. Yet somehow WCW went out of business with talent like this, how could that possibly happen?
Thank you Mr. Wanz for the check, now you get an AWA World Title Reign. But be careful, my boy Greg is a heat machine.
Goldberg won his SECOND match in All-Japan and appears to be building a gimmick for himself. He's the guy who DOESN'T use the spear and the jackhammer.
Um...makes sense to me.
Hey, if he wants to build anticipation for when he DOES use the moves, more power to him. Maybe he can show off if he learned anything else in the meantime. I wouldn't be surprised if these matches in Japan are nothing more than ways to show off to Vince that he's gained an actual moveset.
BUT...it should be noted that none of his matches thus far have passed 4 minutes. Sorry, Goldberg fans, but it looks like he still can't go. Maybe Keji Mutoh will bring a 10 minute match out of him. Let's just hope Mutoh doesn't end up with a career-ending concussion. (Why yes, I DID have to mention that. Why do you ask?)
"That's right! You suckas better FIND somewhere to run! 'cause it's me - Booker T - not only am I the Scorpion King, but I'm the five-time WCW Champion - and I got a sword, too! Now can U dig THAT - SUCKAAAAAS" -Booker T, Hollywood's next big superstar!
"Sing along with The Rock is now over!" -The Rock after getting booed out of Long Island
Hugh Morrus is now using his real name. NO, he is NOT calling himself Hugh G. Rection!!
And that's the bottom line, because it's false! It's DAMN false!
Here is every Goldberg loss EVER televised, off the top of my head. (And I'm 99.9% sure this is all of them...)
1 - Starrcade 1998, Kevin Nash via Scott Hall interference. 2 - Nitro, October 1999, Bret Hart via Outsiders and Sid interference. 3 - Starrcade 1999, Bret Hart via Roddy Piper screwjob. 4 - Nitro, December 1999, Bret Hart via Outsiders and Jeff Jarrett interference. 5 - Nitro, July 2000, Booker T, via (Sting? Steiner? Nash? Russo? I don't remember) interference. 6 - Fall Brawl 2000, Scott Steiner via Vince Russo interference. 7 - Sin 2001, Buff Bagwell and Lex Luger via kid with mace interference.
7 televised losses.... If anyone remembers anything else, PLEASE list it, but I think this is it.
The metal plate incident was simply an angle.... NO MATCH ever happened there.
Hector Guerrero's win was never on TV, it was a dark match.
He didn't win a few four corner matches, but he didn't lose them either.
I don't think that the Booker T loss involved any interference. It was during Goldberg's ill fated heel run. Booker T was the champ, and I seem to remember that he got a quick rollup victory.
Meaning that the only man to ever cleanly beat Goldberg (on TV) is... Booker T!!!
edit: Ok, so I looked it up, and I guess I was wrong. Booker T had some help from the Cat. The Cat gave Goldberg the feliner, then Booker T hit him with the Book End for the victory. Then Goldberg got up *imediately* after the 1-2-3, and kicked some more ass.
(edited by Eradicator on 1.9.02 2342) Yes, indeed I can dig it, Sucker.
I always liked the Big Show as a face, but I'm sure that these shows don't really contribute to WWE canon....if such exists. Great show, but I really like the two hour shows. John makes a good point, though: