It’s been asserted the total size of Bill Goldberg net worth today is as much as 14 million dollars. Bill Goldberg is called a former football player along with a wrestler and these two sport braches have added a lot to the total sum of Bill Goldberg net worth. Besides both of these sports, Bill Goldberg is also called an actor of some events. Bill Goldberg can also be regarded among the wrestlers that have held champion titles in the WWE and the WCW.
Bill Goldberg Net Worth $14 Million Dollars
Talking about bill as a professional wrestler, he’s called a wrestler who has kept his undefeated standing the longest, with having 173 winnings. Therefore, it’s sure that wrestling has added a lot to the overall sum of Bill Goldberg net worth.
As a wrestler, he’s functioned as a winner for two times. After the wrestler was the victor of WCW World Heavyweight and became a champ. Besides that, Bill Goldberg in addition has won World Heavyweight Champion title when he was signed to the WWE. Bill also became the first wrestler who won the Big Gold Belt in the WWE in addition to the WCW. When he retired from really being a professional wrestler, Bill Goldberg became a commentator on programs associated with mixed martial arts, which includes additionally functioned as a significant supply of Bill Goldberg net worth.
Bill Goldberg, along with his career in sports, can also be understood from films and TV shows. For instance, Bill Goldberg continues to be appearing on the show called “Celebrity Apprentice” featuring Donald Trump. Besides his work on TV, Bill Goldberg can also be a famous humanitarian. He’s spoken for animal rights and from time to time he sees kids hospitals, where kids are being treated from cancer.
In 2005, Bill Goldberg’s wedding occurred when he married Wanda Ferraton, whom he met when he was filming for the film called “Santa’s Slay”. Bill Goldberg has a brother named Mike Goldberg who’s also known in the universe of wrestling.
December 27, 1966
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
6 ft 3 in (1.92 m)
266 lbs (120.66 kg)
Wrestler, Actor, Football player, Sports commentator, Entrepreneur, Author, Presenter
Tulsa Edison High School, University of Georgia
United States of America
Wanda Ferraton (m. 2005)
Gage A.J. Goldberg
Ethel Goldberg, Jed Goldberg
World Heavyweight Champion, WCW World Heavyweight Champion, WCW World Tag Team Champion and WCW United States Heavyweight Champion,
NFL Draft: 1990/Round: 11/Pick: 302; World Bowl champion (II)
"The Longest Yard" . "Santa's Slay" (2005), "Universal Soldier: The Return" (1999), "Nine Legends" (2016)
"WCW Nitro" (2015), "WCW/nWo Revenge" (1998), "WCW/nWo Thunder", "WCW Mayhem" (2013), "WCW Backstage Assault", "WWE WrestleMania XIX", "WWE Raw 2" (2013), "WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain" (2013), "The Celebrity Apprentice" (2010), "Auto-Maniac" (2005)
Left WWE after Wrestlemania XX due to the way the creative team was promoting his character. [March 2004]
(August 25) After completing in the hellacious "Elimination Chamber" match at WWE SummerSlam, Goldberg challenges the World Heavyweight Champion Triple H to a title match at the next RAW Pay-Per-View, WWE Unforgiven. Triple H accepts but adds the stipulation of Goldberg putting his career on the line for this opportunity. [August 2003]
Inducted into the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 2010.
First, known pro wrestling match done on St. John the Baptist Day of 1997 (June 24th).
To put further emphasis on his WWE match entrances, would deploy loud pyro effects that would shower hot sparks on himself.
Had a backstage fight with Chris Jericho in 2003. Sources say that Jericho had him in a submission move, and Goldberg was powerless to do anything.
Is a vegetarian.
Once owned the largest mixed martial arts facility in the United States, in Atlanta. The facility was shut down for a variety of reasons, including being on the road too much with WCW.
Whenever possible, Goldberg attends Pride FC events.
Appeared several times at to Japanese Wrestling events to due to his friendship with legendary wrestlers Nobuhiko Takada and Naoya Ogawa.
Former United States Champion.
Former WCW Tag Team Champion with Bret Hart .
Is of Greek descent
Has three cats named Moe, Larry and Curly
He loves motorcycles.
Ended Bret Hart's wrestling career when he botched a kick to Bret's head, giving Bret a concussion.
The WWF (now WWE) developed the "Gillberg" character, played by Duane Gill as a parody of Goldberg.
Won the World Heavyweight Title from Triple H at Unforgiven 2003 in September.
While filming Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003), he intimidated Brendan Fraser so much that Fraser was terrified by having to hit him. Goldberg constantly told Fraser to go ahead and do it, telling him, "It's what I do for a living.".
Graduated from Thomas A. Edison High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
His first WWE match was against The Rock Dwayne Johnson at the 2003 Backlash Pay-Per-View. It was The Rock's last match before leaving to film The Rundown (2003).
His older brother Mike went to college with Nature Boy Ric Flair and former WWE/AWA wrestler Ken Patera .
Was handed his first loss by Kevin Nash.
Went 176-0 after his WCW debut. Many believe that WCW actually lost count of the exact number of wins he had at one point, and just decided to use an arbitrary number.
Lost the tag-team match together with Sarge Dewayne Bruce against Totally Buffed, Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell, thereby ending his new winning streak and was subsequently fired from WCW.
Is recovering from surgery to the shoulder as a part of an old football injury.
Has a degree in psychology from the University of Georgia.
Once worked as a bouncer.
Was World Championship Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion from July 6th, 1998 until December 27th, 1998 when he was defeated by Kevin Nash, ending his undefeated streak.
Became World Championship Wrestling United States Champion on April 21st, 1998 by defeating Raven. His reign lasted until July 26th, 1998 when he gave it up after winning the World Heavyweight title from Hulk Hogan.
Trained in the World Championship Wrestling Power Plant wrestling school and entered the ring professionally on September 22nd, 1997.
Played college football with the Georgia Bulldogs. Played pro football with the Atlanta Falcons and the Los Angeles Rams, and then signed with the Carolina Panthers. Football career was ended by an abdominal injury when he tore all his abdominal muscles from his pelvis, and had them surgically reattatched.
Slaps self, to get psyched before entering the ring for a match
Trademark move: Superkick
Trademark move: Single Arm Choke into a Gorilla Press Powerslam