GOLDBERG OR TAKER-------YOU DECIDE!!

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by shrayan, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. I REALLY WANTED TO DISCUSS ON THIS TOPIC FOR A LONG TIME-- GOLDBERG HAS INDEED BECOME IMMORTAL IN WCW AND EVEN IN WWE BUT HIS MOST PRICED ACHIEVEMENT IS THE 173-0 WINNING STEAK. I MEAN LET'S FACE IT GUYS , AITHOUGH UNDERTAKER INDEED SHOWED THE WORLD THAT HE TRULY IS THE PHENOM WHEN HE PINNED HHH FOR THE 2ND TIME AT WM 28 BUT I DO THINK THAT BILL GOLDBERG'S 173-0 IS WAY A BIGGER ACCOLADE THAN TAKER'S 20-0 . PLEASE GIVE YOUR OPINION GUYS
     
  2. First off what's with all the caps? Secondly Taker is a long way ahead as a performer. Thirdly Taker is the bigger legend IMO, bill was a huge star in the late 90s but never really carried it beyond the streak, Taker has been at a similar stage for the past 10 years.

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  3. taker.

    also i like the caps :boss1:
     
  4. sure taker's a great legend but don't you think that practically staying undefeated for 173 matches night after night is way more a difficult thing to do rather than beating 20 opponents in 20 years of time
     
  5. Re: RE: GOLDBERG OR TAKER-------YOU DECIDE!!

    Kayfabe pal, they're booked to win.

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  6. but still i'd say that except bret hart goldberg could beat anyone even taker

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    I do know seabs that all of this is said to be pre planned but you think that if it was to be so easy then the wwe fans wouldn't appreciate and admire these superstars and legends so I think that this is real, damn real
     
  7. Undertaker by a long mile. His streak is considerably more important because it's a streak having only to do with matches at the biggest event of them all, Wrestlemania. Look at the people Taker has beaten there. A lot of the people Goldberg beat were jobbers or people at the bottom of the card. Taker is also the bigger overall legend in wrestling, and it's not even comparable.
     
  8. Undertaker and IMO it's not even close. Goldberg's booked streak was lame. Goldberg himself to watch was lame, apart from his spear.
     
  9. I think Goldberg was slightly underrated in the ring, at least in the sense that people act as if he is like the Warrior in the ring or something. I thought Goldberg had some cool moves in the ring.
     
  10. Goldberg was a natural athlete but never understood how to build a match IMO. He couldn't piece the bits together, but he was able to work the crowd well from what he did know.
     
  11. Oh, sorry to all you guys that are probably going to hate me for this, but Goldberg has so many more accomplishments than Taker sorry to say. With that being said, my choice is Goldberg... but Orton over all of them <3
     
  12. Let's hear Bill's accomplishments which rank him so far above Taker then? Beyond their respective kayfabe streaks obviously.
     
  13. I'll name a few..

    * he beat Hulk Hogan for the WCW title in a match at the Georgia Dome which was the highest attended WCW event ever.

    * kicked Bret in the head so hard that Bret suffered a career ending injury.

    * WWE champion by beating Triple H in HHH's prime years.

    * WCW
    World Title
    7/6/98 Nitro - Hulk Hogan
    Tag Team Title
    12/7/99 - with Bret Hart beat Creative Control
    U.S. Title
    4/20/98 - Raven
    10/24/99 Halloween Havoc - Sid

    * WWE
    World Heavyweight Championship
    9/21/03 Unforgiven - Triple H

    * Obviously his streak..

    Good enough for you @[Seabs]?

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    Oh, and apparently the face of WCW as well.
     
  14. Hardly blows him away, but still good game old chap :burns:
     
  15. Well, we all know who would've won in a real life fight when Taker wasn't so old... Goldberg! ;D
     
  16. Nope. Jericho, Jericho beat up Goldberg backstage :true:
     
  17. Sorry, but that was fake bro.. Goldberg would tear Jericho a new asswhole.. lmfao.

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    Just like Big Show irl, is probably the strongest guy back stage.. Him or Henry.
     
  18. Lol no.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/411180-real-life-heat-top-5-legit-backstage-brawls-in-wwe-history/page/3
     
  19. I'm talking about in a real life fight.. not Kayfabe bro.
     
  20. I'd still put my money on Jericho. I never bet on a slow big guy in a fight. Half a decade in martial arts have taught me this. Smaller guys win 8 out of ten times in a real fight if the smaller guy knows how to fight. Big guys are slow and easy to put to the ground.