Bill Goldberg Net Worth 2022
Bill Goldberg Net Worth
According To Uswhispers Bill Goldberg Net Worth $16 Million Bill Goldberg won a lot of titles while he was with both the WWE and the WCW. He is one of only three people to have been the world champion of both the WWE and the WCW. With 173 straight wins, he holds the record for the longest unbeaten streak in professional wrestling.
William Scott Goldberg was born on December 27, 1966, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This is where Bill Goldberg grew up. His mother played classical violin and bred orchids that won awards, and his father was a doctor who helped women give birth. In Aspen, Colorado, his brother runs a music club. He was born in Tulsa and went to high school there. He was raised as a Jew and continued to follow his religion as an adult. He comes from both Russia and Romania. When he was sixteen, he became interested in football and played for his school.
After he graduated, the University of Georgia gave him a scholarship to play football there. He was a defensive tackle for the team. He was one of the best players on the team, so he was put in the Junkyard Dog Club, which is only for the best defensive players.
After his time in the WLAF, he went to play for the Atlanta Falcons from the 1992 to 1994 seasons. He also played for the Los Angeles Rams, but his career was cut short when he tore his lower stomach away from his pelvis. He started powerlifting and training in mixed martial arts while he was getting physical therapy for his injury. He met professional wrestlers Lex Luger and Sting, and they encouraged him to go into wrestling. Goldberg didn't love the idea of being a professional wrestler, but he didn't have many other options at the time. He started training at the World Championship Wrestling Power Plant in Atlanta. In June 1997, under the name Bill Gold, he made his wrestling debut. He competed in a number of matches that weren't shown on TV, and he did okay. In the fall of that year, he beat Hugh Morrus in his first televised match, which was shown on an episode of "Nitro." After his first match, he beat a number of WCW wrestlers, and he usually won in just one or two minutes.