Bret Hart is no fan of Goldberg and his opinion doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon.
The issues between the two began in late 1999 during a match at Starrcade. In the bout Goldberg delivered stiff kick to Hart’s head which gave him a concussion. The Hitman finished the match as planned and it has been suggested that he sustained more damage along the way.
While Hart continued to wrestle for another month to some degree, it was this match against Goldberg which effectively ended his career.
“Goldberg Got In For Hurting Everybody He Worked With” – Bret Hart
From that day forward Hart has pulled no punches when discussing the former World Champion, repeatedly claiming that he was dangerous in the ring.
Speaking during a recent K&S WrestleFest signing Hart continued that theme by suggesting that Goldberg should never have been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
“I always thought that if Goldberg got into the Hall of Fame then Horowitz should’ve gone into the Hall of Fame. Horowitz can actually wrestle. Goldberg never could. I think he got in there for hurting everybody he worked with,”
Bret Hart added that the former WCW star should be replaced with Barry Horowitz.
“They should [on being told that WWE should put Horowitz into the Hall of Fame]. They should take Goldberg out.”
Barry Horowitz is best known for his stints with the WWF and WCW where he was mostly used as an enhancement talent.
Elsewhere during the signing Hart also said that he would have loved to have worked with Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio and Brock Lesnar. Hart praised Lesnar for his professionalism, saying that he was the opposite of Goldberg.
For his part, Goldberg recently stated that he was “done apologising” to Hart over the incident in 1999. The star explained that he had said sorry numerous times over the years but at some point he had to move on.
H/t to Sportskeeda