United States
6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
285 lb (129 kg)
June 23, 1997
February 19, 2022
Date of Birth
December 27, 1966


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Bill Goldberg, known simply as Goldberg in the wrestling world, was born on December 27, 1966, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Before embarking on a wrestling career, Goldberg was a professional football player.

Career History and Evolution

Goldberg began his professional wrestling career with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1997. He quickly rose to fame due to his unbeaten streak, which the company claimed consisted of 173 consecutive wins, and his intense, aggressive wrestling style.
After WCW was bought by the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE) in 2001, Goldberg took a hiatus from wrestling. He joined WWE in 2003, where he continued his dominant performance until his initial retirement in 2004.
In 2016, Goldberg made a surprising return to WWE, reigniting his career and introducing himself to a new generation of wrestling fans.

Titles Won and Biggest Matches

Goldberg has an impressive list of titles under his belt. He is a one-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, two-time WWE Universal Champion, and one-time World Heavyweight Champion in WWE.
Some of his most memorable matches include his initial victory over Hulk Hogan for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in 1998, and his bouts with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33 and Survivor Series 2016 in WWE.

Biggest Rivalries and Tag Team Partners

Goldberg’s most intense rivalry in WCW was with the New World Order (nWo), particularly Hollywood Hulk Hogan. In WWE, he had significant feuds with The Rock, Triple H, and in his later years, Brock Lesnar.
As for tag team partners, Goldberg mostly wrestled solo but had occasional alliances, including with Bret Hart in WCW.

Family Life

Goldberg is married to Wanda Ferraton, a stunt double he met on the set of one of his movies. They have one son named Gage.

Finishing Move, Clothing, and Entrance Music

Goldberg’s finishing moves are the Spear, a high-impact tackle, followed by the Jackhammer, a delayed vertical suplex powerslam.
His wrestling attire is a pair of black trunks and boots, complemented by his trademark white MMA-style gloves.
His entrance music is a piece titled “Invasion” — an intense, driving theme that suits his powerful character perfectly. The entrance is memorable for Goldberg being escorted from his locker room by security to the ring, underscoring his character as a relentless, unstoppable force.


Goldberg’s impact on wrestling is undeniable. His unbeaten streak in WCW remains one of the most notable achievements in wrestling history. Even after retiring, Goldberg’s occasional returns to the ring continue to draw in audiences, solidifying his legacy as one of wrestling’s biggest attractions.