Despite a glittering career, a WWE Hall of Famer has revealed that they don’t like to watch anything they’re featured in.
WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg is known for destroying his opponents in a short span of time. Although his matches weren’t as long as a typical WWE main event match on PPV, they excited fans and helped present Goldberg as an intimidating, unstoppable threat in the ring.
Yet despite his success and impressive win-loss record, the Hall of Famer just doesn’t want to go back and watch any of his matches.
While a guest on The Rich Eisen Show, Goldberg explained why he didn’t watch any of his upcoming A&E Biography material for WWE. He revealed he always felt critical of himself and wanted to keep the memory of his career intact.
“No [I have not watched my A&E/WWE Biography episode]. I’ll be honest with you, I don’t really like to watch anything that I’ve quote unquote performed in. But I have seen excerpts and you know, barring myself tearing up a little bit, I was quite entertained before I had to turn it off. So, you know, like I said, I don’t like to watch anything that I’m in actually. I’m always quite critical of myself, whether it’s a documentary or whether it’s a live performance. I’m just that meathead that always likes perfection.”
The former WCW World Champion hasn’t wrestled since being defeated by Roman Reigns at Elimination Chamber in February. The match was the star’s last under his most recent WWE deal and is now a free agent.
H/t –POST Wrestling