Bill Goldberg v Chris Jericho
Bill Goldberg and Chris Jericho have quite an extended history of heat that spans all the way back to WCW days. Their rift started when Goldberg said that he didn’t have any interest in being partners with Jericho back in WCW. He actually refused to have any angle with Chris. Eventually, Jericho forced himself into a tight corner with Goldberg. However, to the displeasure of Jericho, this argument would later end up squashing Chris in thirty seconds against Goldberg.
Because of this situation (and a host of other reasons), Jericho would eventually leave WCW. According to him, he believed he wasn’t being utilized properly. Goldberg would afterwards join WWE, but this time under different circumstances, while Jericho turned out to become among the top talents within the company. Jericho made claims that Goldberg was still pressing him. He told Kevin Nash backstage that Jericho never intended to sell to anyone. Y2J was totally fed up with the recurring problem year after year.
Consequently, he confronted Goldberg wanting to know exactly what the problem was. An angry Goldberg started to yell, telling Chris that he “buried” him in the Internet. He went ahead and laid his masculine hands on Jericho’s neck. The two ended up brawling it out. Their fight finally concluded with Jericho putting Bill’s in a front headlock, atleast according to Chris. Jericho stated that he never wanted anything to do with Bill in his entire career.
Oh how incredible the wrestling business and matches used to be. This is particularly true on the road and backstage with countless classic stories from former wrestlers. Currently, drastic changes characterize the business in the WWE. Actually, it seems the entire thing is turning out to be more of a business as compared to the past when a circus-like atmosphere characterized events on the road and backstage. The above are just some of the interesting situations that involved altercations taking place behind the scenes, so far away from the cameras.