Goldberg Throws Jab At “The Moron I Kicked In The Head”

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Goldberg remains unimpressed by Bret Hart.

The very public falling-out between Goldberg and Bret Hart shows no sign of going away, despite the cause being almost 25 years ago.

During a match between the pair at Starrcade 1999, a misplaced kick from Goldberg caught Hart in the head, giving him a concussion. While the match continued, Hart claimed he suffered at least one more concussion, and has repeatedly slammed his rival as reckless and unsafe in the years since.

For his part, the former Universal Champion has apologised for the incident, but the tension remains as palpable as ever.

During an appearance on the Von Erich Podcast, Goldberg discussed yesterday’s stars being forgotten too quickly while throwing shade at “the moron I kicked in the head.”

“Hey dude, you saw how easily it was that people forgot about me and the fact that I go out there and absolutely smashed people and then leave? Now that the audacity to think that any of these morons could stand two seconds with me?

It’s funny that people’s identities get wiped away quite quickly. The current generation and the next, they’re completely dependent on what people tell them and what they see on the internet.

It’s a shame that these morons that didn’t feel the excitement or can understand the excitement when my music hit, when I blow smoke out of my nose, and nine times out of ten, you really had to question whether I was hurting the guy, and that’s the fine line that you have gotta walk. Granted, unfortunately, a couple times, Steiner, I’m not even gonna mention his name, but the moron I kicked in the head, but unfortunately, things like that happen. It’s a rough business.

As long as there’s not malicious intent, I mean, hey bro, you’re in the wrong business if you bitch and moan about getting slapped or getting punched errantly. It’s just a different day and age, it just is,”

Goldberg Won’t Work For AEW

During a recent interview, Goldberg claimed he’s spoken to AEW several times, but wouldn’t be signing for the company. The WWE Hall of Famer branded the Tony Khan-led promotion “cheesy” and made it clear in no uncertain terms that he’d never be All Elite.

Despite the comments from the veteran, Tony Khan said Goldberg wanted to work with AEW, but the two sides were unable to reach a deal.

H/t to Fightful